By :
Norman MAAKE
South Africa, 2006
90 min
A story of love lost, futures promised and about the struggle for freedom but above all about friendship. 3 exiled soldiers coming back home in 1996…
1996, the return of three exiled MK soldiers; Charlie, Peter and Thabo. Forced to deal with the harsh realities of exile, their friendship begins to take on a new meaning. Director, Norman Maake, shows great talent and an incredible command of the screenplay and his cast, which includes several of 

South Africa’s most acclaimed actors. The plot draws on the real life experiences of the writer, Zola Maseko an acclaimed filmmaker, who was himself a soldier in the ANC’s army- ‘MK’. Homecoming is dedicated to producer Dumisani Dlamini, a much loved and respected talent in the South African film industry whose life was tragically cut short in May 2004. 

Best known for his short films, Mozart and Waiting for Valdez, Dumi was also one of the producers of the acclaimed film DRUM , winner of the gold stallion at Burkina Faso in 2005.