R150 for 24 Hours | Visit moffiefilm.com
Moffie, the story of a young conscript who battles to survive compulsory military service in apartheid South Africa while coming to terms with his sexual orientation from Portobello Productions and Penzance Films and directed by Oliver Hermanus, is now available for people in South Africa to stream online, right in your own home.
Tickets cost R150 per viewing and are valid to use for 24 hours from the time of purchasing.
The year is 1981 and South Africa’s white minority government is embroiled in a conflict on the southern Angolan border. Like all white boys over the age of 16, Nicholas Van der Swart must complete two years of compulsory military service to defend the Apartheid regime. The threat of communism and “die swart gevaar” (the black danger) is at an all-time high. But that’s not the only danger Nicholas faces. He must survive the brutality of the army – something that becomes even more difficult when a connection is sparked between him and a fellow recruit.
Read the SAMDB review of Moffie.