When a career in banking came to an abrupt halt, Harold Bruyn decided to return to the farm where he grew up, the same farm where his grandfather led him to a successful sheep farm.
This is the storyline of the brand new comedy film, Sheep farmer.
“Sheep farmer combines comedy, irony and a story of endurance in the face of obstacles,” says Valenté Bosch, writer and director of the film.
“The film sheds light on the fact that there are men in our communities who make the right choices, even if people are against them. The message is that justice can triumph.”
Keeno Lee Hector (Barakat, Unseen, Southeast) will be seen in the role of Harold Bruyn. Natalie da Rocha fills the shoes of Ma Mavis, a role originally written for Shaleen Surtie-Richards.
Brümilda van Rensburg, Setlhabi Taunyane, Zane Meas and June van Merch are also part of the cast. The radio announcer, Zoë Brown, also makes her film debut as Bernice.
“It’s one man against the world. It reflects the everyday lives of people and challenges the stereotype that colored men will turn to drink and criminal activities if they lose their jobs.”
- Sheep farmer will be available on DStv BoxOffice from 5 April.
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