Singleholic


Singleholic
A woman moves to Mauritius to complete her Ph.D after a painful breakup with her boyfriend. While there, she goes on a series of dating encounters only to realize that the key to happiness is for her to first be comfortable in her own skin.

104 minutes.
No persons under 18 (Language, Sex, Nudity, Drug abuse).

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Credits

Cast
Erica Ash, Rotimi Akinosho, Vanessa Williams, Tyson Beckford, Adrian Martinez, Jenna Saras, Stephen Bishop
Director
Bryan Barber
ScreenplayBryan Barber, Julia White, Katharine Birbalsingh
CinematographyMichael Ozier
EditingRichard Starkey
SA distributorIndependent
Made in2022
Produced byIntelligent Media Productions

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Film and Publications Board (FPB) Report (SA)

GenreDrama (sic)
LanguageFrequent, strong impact Language is used in expression of frustration and anger, includes both crude language as well as a bevy of sexual connotations and innuendo.
NudityInfrequent, moderate impact Nudity in non-sexual context when Sarah has a mishap, following a snorkelling expedition, where her bikini bottom is left floating on the water (accidentally) exposing her nakedness.
SexNone (sic)
ViolenceNone
PrejudiceNone
BlasphemyNone
Drug abuseNone (sic)
CommentsComplex adult-nature themes explore the emotional pain of breaking up, the pressures society places on independent, adult single women over making a commitment to a long-term relationship, regardless of whether it leads to reckless sexual relations or not. There are positive resolutions of being true to oneself, being independent and following your heart. The overriding very strong impact adult-nature themes of pressure to engage with multiple sex partners, promiscuity and encouraging engaging in sex even on the first date frequently occurring throughout the production are inappropriate and beyond the social and sexual experiences of children under 18 years, would therefore be misleading and likely to cause moral harm by unduly exposing them to premature adult experience.
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