Nothing can stop you from falling in love.
Lisa Ray, Sheetal Sheth, Parvin Dabas, Nandana Sen, David Dennis, Grethe Fox, Colin Moss, Natalie Becker
|Screenplay||Shamim Sarif, from his novel|
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, DTS|
|Produced by||DO Productions, Enlightenment Productions|
|Prejudice||Part of plot|
|Comments||South African fild with some domestic violence and adult themes.|
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What the Critics say
|Cape Argus / The Star|
Thamar Houliston Although the plot sometimes dwindles a little, The World Unseen is a poignant reflection of the old South Africa, and makes one realise just how far we have come...
As it stands, it's not a great example of South Africa's film-making potential. It may be a better idea just to read the book.
Ulpha Edries This is no mere struggle movie. It aims for the heart and hits its target. The World Unseen is deserving of the warm South African reception it has received, and will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression on the local film landscape.
Kieran Grant It’s just a shame when that unseen world where they meet falls away and the typical lovers-in-a-dangerous-time story takes over.
What the People say
70 Netizens what a disappointment ...
Average .. 53%