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South Africa, 2010
52 min
A thoughtful journey through South Africa via some of the places where people died fighting Apartheid.
This filmic journey through South Africa of today is accompanied by actors reading transcripts from the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings, the process during which victims, families of victims and perpetrators testified in public about the many cases of gross human rights abuse committed during the Apartheid era. The hearings took place during the years 1996 – 2000, as a way for the country to move forward.

This roaddocumentary captures a post-Apartheid South Africa where the wounds from the bad old days are still fresh and unhealed. The destinations are some of the places where abuse and atrocities took place in the name of white supremacy. While bringing back the pain of past times, the film also asks the question “That was then, what happens now?”