Swapping your chaniya choli for board shorts isn’t easy when you’re a Guju girl.
Carishma Basday, Greg Kriek, Priya Lutchman, Mahendra Raghunath, Suraya Santos
|Produced by||ArcLight Distributors|
|Language||It is fairly frequent and of mild impact, in some instances used in a derogatory or demeaning manner which inappropriate and morally harmful to younger viewers.|
|Violence||It is infrequent and of mild impact involving physical fist fights which is not glamorised and shooting with no visible injuries or blood-letting.|
|Prejudice||It is thematic and is infrequent and of low impact consisting of verbal prejudice and portrayal of racial attitudes which is inappropriate for younger viewers.|
|Drug abuse||None (sic)|
|Comments||There are complex and mature themes of mild to moderate impact consisting of parent and child relationships, culture and tradition, racial integration, sport (surfing) jealousy and conflict and family relations with a sense of threat and menace. The said themes can be confusing, distressing, upsetting and morally harmful to younger viewers.|
|These details are supplied by the FPB. If you have a problem with any of the above, please take it up directly with the FPB. Read the Classification Guidelines.|
What the Critics say
|Cape Argus / The Star|
Jamal-Dean Grootboom Plummeting new depths.
Mariana Malan SA-fliek belig plaaslike Indiër-gemeenskap.
Gabi Zietsman I always encourage people to go out and support local cinema, but there’s a limit. Deep End somehow managed to have taken a million steps back not only in substance, but also in quality
Average .. 15%