Gangster's Paradise: Jerusalema
Time Out says
Writer-director Ralph Ziman strings it all together with slick competence, but given that leading man Rapulana Seiphemo does a persuasive line in moral ambiguity, it’s disappointing that the proceedings too often default to glib shoot-’em-up rather than digging deeper into the historical moment. Loosely based on actual events, the film suggests that while waiting for the ‘new’ South Africa, disgruntled township residents like Seiphemo’s Lucky twisted the politics of entitlement into a ready excuse for their own rampaging criminality – but ultimately can’t decide whether to condemn or condone such action.
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