Red DustSarah Barcant, a lawyer in New York City who grew up in South Africa, returns to her childhood dwelling place to intercede for Alex Mpondo, a Black South African politician who was tortured during apartheid.
|Production Companies:||British Broadcasting Corporation, Distant Horizons, Videovision Entertainment, Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa, BBC Films|
|Publication Date:||January 1, 2004|
|Tagline:||Nothing is more dangerous than the truth.|
|User Score (votes):||6.4 / 10 (12)|
Full production credits:
Communicator Jean Harlow
Last updated: 2017-11-24
“ This storm isn't the only thing that has you worried around here, is it? I saw him kick the door shut. He came out with rouge all over his mouth. I suppose he asked to use your lipstick?”
“Hey, where's the reception committee? It's been a nice little walk. Did you hear that hungry pussy cat back there?”
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