DVD. It’s 2008 and the stench of xenophobia hangs over the streets of Johannesburg. Haunted by a childhood memory in the soft, silent swathes of Durban’s sugar cane fields, Aben (Lamar Bonomme), an Indian South African, runs his restaurant in the predominantly Muslim-Indian community of Fordsburg. From across the road, Tariq (Jesse Dullabh), a Pakistani immigrant, scrapes a living from his mobile cart, selling freshly ground sugar cane drinks. As Tariq’s presence begins to infiltrate Aben’s world, an undercurrent of unspoken, sexual confidence builds across the distance that separates them. But that distance is soon shattered.
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