Films at the 19th New York African Film Festival: 'How to steal 2 million'

From Africa is a Country Mon Apr 9 2012, 12:00:07

In South African director Charlie Vundla's "How to Steal 2 Million," Johannesburg is equated with "a jungle." In an opening monologue, the main protagonist, middle aged Jack-fresh out of jail and looking for a job and opportunities-compares the city unfavorably to New York City, where, in contrast, people "are in it together." Mostly shot in [...]

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