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    BEGGAR

    A country has moved on from Apartheid but its people have yet to. The story of a mad man who has rid himself of all encumbrances tells it like it is but who is listening?

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    BEGGAR

    Directed by Pranesh Maharaj 2015 60 min
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    A ranting Beggar happens upon two college students filming an assignment. The film crosses onto the docu-drama line yet remains a narrative. Love conquers all in this story but love for everyone. We come from a socially divided place that needs to look at things differently.
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    BEGGAR

    A ranting Beggar happens upon two college students filming an assignment. The film crosses onto the docu-drama line yet remains a narrative. Love conquers all in this story but love for everyone. We come from a socially divided place that needs to look at things differently.

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