A feature-length, 'state of the nation' cinema documentary which explores the recent crisis of confidence in South Africa, and what the next generation and civil society are doing to create a brighter future.
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The triumph of hope over despair: portrait of a nation. South Africa has a long and complex history. The legacy of colonialism and apartheid hangs over it like dark clouds, and despite the avalanche of hope its liberation brought in 1994, there persists a negative narrative about the country that is difficult to shake. And yet... there is another story to tell, about the astonishing efforts of a new generation set to tackle country's problems, in what has been called 'The Second Revolution". Inequality, racism, corruption, populism, gender imbalances and land ownership are some of the issues dealt with head-on by the inspiring young movers and shakers at the core of this film. At a time of deep social divisions - a rise in xenophobia and the populist, identity politics that have led to Brexit and Trump - South Africa is a unique example of a multi-racial society that strives to live in harmony. Nelson Mandela's vision of a Rainbow Nation may need to be re-configured to accommodate the...