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A Dry White Season

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Director: Euzhan Palcy

Cast: Donald Sutherland, Susan Sarandon, Marlon Brando

A white South African schoolteacher, ignorant about racism in his country, becomes involved in the struggle against apartheid when the son of his black gardener is killed and he attempts to bring the police official responsible to justice.

Genre: Drama

Year: 1989

Running time: 106 minutes

Territory: Worldwide

Studio: MGM

Format: DCP

Language options: Dialogue - EN | Subtitle - FR

A white South African schoolteacher, ignorant about racism in his country, becomes involved in the struggle against apartheid when the son of his black gardener is killed and he attempts to bring the police official responsible to justice.



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