BEEF tells the story of an BBQ evening hosted by Marc, a somewhat peculiar perfectionist. Everything is planned to be meticulous. The serviettes matching with the plastic cutlery and cups - and of course the guests.
His ex-girlfriend (who brings her new boyfriend along), two sisters (the one has a crush on Marc and the other is a Vegetarian!) and two strange men (one of whom seems to fancy Marc and the other just quietly digs into the food).
Everything could have been so perfect, as Marc had planned - but the guests end up ridiculing Marc and reduce the host to a servant, but they forget that he who laughs last...
On a fine day they met over a glass of orange juice. Destiny overwhelmed, they fell completely in love. However they each held a secret. A secret so threatening it would destroy their chance at true love. Years later, still as inseparable as on that one fine day and still very much in love, fate intervenes and both their secrets are revealed. Only the truth will tell the outcome.
Rider without a horse
The story revolves around the German Rider of the Rider Monument in Windhoek - one of Namibia's most prominent historical monuments - coming to life and being confronted with his own identity. In a funny but serious tale, the Rider's journey takes him through a changed world, as he stumbles upon the Independence.
Day celebration ceremony in the nation's capital. The Rider finds himself confronted by a modern reality made up of mixed race couples, rude taxi drivers, obnoxious prostitutes and drag queens, and finally black men in uniforms. All the Rider longs for is something familiar...