Both movies disrupt a stagnating relationship with the introduction of a excessive-residing interloper, and to director-author-star Kagiso Lediga’s credit, he has a barely better go at weaving in uncomfortable racial politics to an acerbic anti-romance. He plays a touchy professor whose marriage will get a shot within the arm when a literary superstar (Andrew Buckland, exuding a lust for life) comes to town and riles every little thing — and everybody — up. Bourgeois pretension and middle-aged fretting over virility follows as Lediga picks apart a man torn between his solidarity with a people in poverty and the comfy existence of a tutorial. While not all that quotable, the one-liners still work because the mortar holding this grown-up movie about grown-ups together.
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