Five Fingers for Marseilles will premier in US theatres on September 7th. This is great news for the South African film industry! Not so longer ago I cited this first South Africa's Western first film as one of the best production ever made in our country. I trust the movie will perform well in the box office as it did here in South Africa. Here in Mzansi the film made a significant debut at the box office by raking in more than R500 000 in ticket sales.

The South African Western film has bagged numerous award nominations at this year's African Movie Awards this year amongst other SA films.

The film follows a group of men who fight against police oppression in a village in the Eastern Cape called Marseilles. Lead actor, Vuyo Dabula plays an outlaw who returns home after 20 years to find his town buried in vicious threats and enlists his old friends and allies to set thigs right.

Hollywood is more competitive than any film industry in the world. If Five Fingers for Marseilles doesn't make it at the box office, surely our talent will be stand out. After Tsotsi won an Oscar in 2006 for Best Foreign Language Film category we saw a great success following the lead actress Terry Pheto and the director Gavin Wood.

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