Young Tau and his friends, the Five Fingers, become victims of vicious police brutality that lands Tau in jail. Twenty years later, he's released and returns home to find things haven't changed in the sleepy town of Marseilles. Our hero vows to free the maltreated residents from corruption and the Five Fingers rise up to stand and deliver the town by any means necessary.
Anthony Oseyemi plays gang member Congo. Credits include Our Girl, Strike Back, The Book Of Negroes and Hector And The Search For Happiness, to name a few. He can currently be seen in BBC One's Troy: Fall Of A City.
South Africa's first Western film opens Friday, 6th April.
Acclaimed produced Anant Singh brings you Imbewu: The Seed on e.tv this month! The gripping family drama shines a light on family skeletons and the chaos we'll endure to keep them buried. The show promises to explore issues of family values, legacy and economic gaps in South Africa.
Huey Louw joins the top-flight cast in a story arc that threatens our hero's shaky foundation. Indelibly imprinted on everyone's childhood as the Uncle Salie from Takalani Sesame, Huey Louw remains a chameleon at his craft. His lengthy credits include roles in the classic sitcoms Going Up and Konsternasie Op Die Stasie, Blits Patrollie, Lenny, Time Out, Jacob's Cross and Ashes To Ashes. He can currently be seen in Keeping Score on SABC2.
Imbewu: The Seed starts 16 April at 21:30.
Lea Vivier makes a stunning feature film debut in Wonderlus. She plays Waitress, a rudderless millennial looking to find herself. A wedding party she works gets out of hand and everyone is left with a revelation of themselves that drastically changes their lives. The role earned Lea a Silwerskermfees Best Actress award last year.
Lea continues her remarkable trajectory with a leading role in Kyknet's, Mense Mense. From the producers of Hotel, this hilarious comedy looks at the loves and lives of strangers who become family.
Mense Mense premieres on Channel 144 on Monday the 9th April at 20:30.
Wonderlus opens in cinemas nationwide on the 27th April.
Thabang tells his sister Mapule, as he's being arrested for the umpteenth time, that he's stashed away R2 million for the family. The money belongs to local kingpin Bonanza and he'd like it back. Mapule seeks the counsel of the church ladies - the titular AboMama - and they decide the good Lord giveth in mysterious ways! They'll use this evil money for good in the community. Or will they? The question becomes...what would Jesus do?
Sekoati Tsubane joins the all-star cast in this exploration of faith, temptation and deciding whether your good intentions pave the way to heaven or hell. No doubt best know as Kabelo from 7de Laan, Sekoati's extensive career includes Joe Miale's Revolt, Rhythm City, Swartwater and Saints & Sinners, to name but a few.
AboMama starts April 8th at 20:00 on Mzansi Magic Dstv, Channel 161.