FILM TITLE: SEW THE WINTER TO MY SKIN
GENRE:
CONSUMER ADVICE: 13 D N P V
DISTRIBUTOR: INDIGENOUS FILM DISTRIBUTION
DIRECTOR:
MAIN CAST:
LANGUAGE: NONE
NUDITY: Low Impact | Infrequent -almost isolated scenes of nudity that are noted in a vintage photograph as well as within a cultural context at a tribal celebration.
PREJUDICE: Mild Impact | Thematic prejudice that is experienced throughout the film as it is set in 1950's Apartheid South Africa.
SEX: NONE
VIOLENCE: Moderate Impact | Frequent scenes of violence that are thematically centred within the context of Apartheid South Africa.
BLASPHEMY: NONE
DRUG ABUSE: NONE
COMMENTS: Sew The Winter To My Skin is a film of historic value that follows the life of John Kepe, also known as "Samson of the Boschberg", from his time as a livestock thief to his various run-ins and escapes with farmers and police and his eventual capture, trial, imprisonment, sentencing and execution. The film is set in 1952's Apartheid South Africa which informs it's historic and educational value.