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A Reasonable Man

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Director  Gavin Hood
Music director  Neill Solomon
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Country  South Africa France
7/10 IMDb

Genre  Crime, Drama, Mystery
Screenplay  Gavin Hood
Writer  Gavin Hood
Language  English
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Release date  August 13, 1999 (1999-08-13) (South Africa) October 15, 1999 (1999-10-15) (Chicago)
Initial release  August 13, 1999 (South Africa)
Cast  Gavin Hood (Sean Raine), Nigel Hawthorne (Judge Wendon), Janine Eser (Jennifer Raine), Vusi Kunene (Prosecutor Linde), Ken Gampu (Headman), Loyiso Gxwala (Sipho Mbombela)
Similar movies  Gavin Hood directed A Reasonable Man and Tsotsi, Gangsters Paradise: Jerusalema (2008), Primal Fear (1996), Jagged Edge (1985), Night Falls on Manhattan (1996)
Tagline  Where do you draw the line?

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A Reasonable Man is a 1999 South African-French crime drama thriller produced, written, starring, and directed by Gavin Hood.

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Premise

Sean Raine, an ex-army officer with issues of his own, defends an impoverished young cowherd of killing a baby that he believes is an evil being known as a Tikoloshe.

Cast

  • Gavin Hood as Sean Raine
  • Nigel Hawthorne as Judge Wendon
  • Janine Eser as Jennifer Raine
  • Vusi Kunene as Prosecutor Linde
  • Ken Gampu as Headman
  • Loyiso Gxwala as Sipho Mbombela
  • Nandi Nyembe as Sangoma Rachel Ndlovu
  • Ian Roberts as Chris Van Rooyen
  • Graham Hopkins as Professor MacKenzie
  • Rapulana Seiphemo as Joe Zuma
  • Keketso Semoko as Mary Majola
  • Thembi Nyandeni as Miriam Mbombela
  • Duma Mnembe as Village Sangoma
  • Amanda Dakada as Mary's sick daughter
  • Ayanda Ncube as Thandi Mbombela
  • References

    A Reasonable Man Wikipedia
    A Reasonable Man IMDb A Reasonable Man themoviedb.org


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