The Other Side

Every Story Has Three Sides.

The Other Side
This made-for-TV film is about a man who must fight for his fiancée’s affection, after her old college friend visits with plans of rekindling more than just a friendship.

96 minutes.
No persons under 16 (Language, Sex, Prejudice, Drug abuse).
Comedy, Drama, Gay interest, Romance, Female interest.
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I think we have a runawawy bride ...


Nick Arapoglou, Erica Hubbard, Altovise Lawrence, LaKeta Booker, Monica Crumpler, Brad James
Warren Pemberton
ScreenplayWarren Pemberton
MusicDaeus Cannon
CinematographyBruce Lane
EditingDonnie Leapheart
Made in2018
Produced bySoul Rebel Entertainment, The Other Side Productions, Usman Sharif Productions

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Film and Publications Board (FPB) Report (SA)

GenreDrama, romance, comedy
LanguageStrong impact frequent language used in the context of insults, sexual references, showing hatred towards homosexuality, anger and in expressing frustrations.
SexNone (sic)
ViolenceLow impact infrequent violence justified by the context of the storyline
PrejudiceModerate impact fairly frequent scenes prejudice against gays and lesbians necessary for the narrative.
Drug abuseNone (sic)
CommentsThe material contains complex and mature themes of love triangle relationship, religious family, sexual identity, deception, betrayal, judgement, persecution, friendship, having courage, discrimination against homosexuality and hiding a true sexual identity in order to be accepted by family and the society. These themes are presented within a drama and romance context. They carry a strong sense of threat and menace. The themes of a father having hatred towards homosexual and calling them sinners and that they going to hell; being judgemental and strong impact language with sexual references may be morally, emotionally and psychologically harmful to children under the age of 16 years who have not fully developed their identity. Children under the age of 16 years who may still be developing their sexual identity, may be afraid to speak up if they are homosexuals based on how the movie showed judgemental to them with very minimal disapproval when Kaya said “you need to accept your daughter for who she is”.
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.


Scale (Max)20

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