In every moment lies a choice.
Joel Rosenblatt, Ashleigh van der Hoven, Cody Mountain, Atlanta Johnson, Meghan Oberholzer, Keziah Gabriel, Chloe Papademetriou, Michelle Scott
|Screenplay||Nicola Hanekom, Matthew Kalil|
|Sound formats||Dolby Surround 7.1|
|Produced by||Haas en Kaas|
|Language||Strong, frequent use of language.|
|Violence||Low impact, infrequent.|
|Drug abuse||None (sic)|
|Comments||Contains scenes of sexual violence.|
This is a South African film. Mike and Kev are best friends as well as tennis doubles partners with dreams of becoming great sportsmen one day. Kevin gets a hold of a performance enhancing drug so that they can get “an edge” in the competition. It becomes clear as the film progresses that the young men were also using the performance enhancing drug as a date rape drug on unsuspecting women and having sex with them while they were unconscious.
The content contains complex and mature themes of sexual violence, living a double life, abuse of power, blackmailing others, friendship, depression and suicide as a result of, drug and substance abuse and fulfilling unhealthy sexual fantasies. These themes are within a drama context that may be emotionally and psychologically disturbing for sensitive viewers. Viewers below the age of 18 may be morally harmed as the material may encourage antisocial behaviour and unhealthy fantasies. Mature audiences 18 and older may be able to understand the underlying message against sexual violence and sexual predators in the film and may find it relevant to current day issues.
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