CAPE TOWN: BEHIND THE BEAUTY (2019) - South Africa Mini Documentary Télécharger

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  • 21 oct. 2019

  • In March 2019 we visited Cape Town to find out what it's like to live in a place that the World Bank calls the most unequal city in the world. directed by https://www.instagram.com/melanie_sim... camera by https://www.instagram.com/georgmoeller/ Feel free to share. Camera Kit we used: https://kit.co/georg_moeller/camera-kit Additional Drone footage: https://www.instagram.com/lukemaximob...

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  • Edwin
    Edwin il y a 4 mois (modifié)

    Very well done! Having grown up in the destitute Cape Flats, I can say one thing - life is what you make of it. I've seen too many blame, hate, be angry & make excuses as opposed to taking responsibility. There is no substitution for hard work in a land filled with opportunity. Gov keeps failing and those with money get richer - use it as a driving force of motivation and not a crutch of hate. Forgive the past, do the best now & look forward to the future. Socialism wont work and communisim will destroy us.

  • thatboisyd insta
    thatboisyd insta il y a 1 mois

    15:51

  • Sebz Hama
    Sebz Hama il y a 1 mois

    So much articulation from the characters. Everyone was able to convey their feelings and perspectives. If the dialog is open then a solution may come to be, as long as people keep an open mind. Great doccie

  • Exo Geta
    Exo Geta il y a 6 mois

    IM A YOUNG BLACK SOUTH AFRICAN

  • Neo Biagini
    Neo Biagini il y a 1 mois

    NOT ONLY CAPE TOWN. THIS IS THE SAME STORY ALL OVER SOUTH AFRICA

  • Koketso Salome
    Koketso Salome il y a 1 mois

    It's been 26 years now, we can't blame apartheid, the ANC must fall. The ANC is corrupt.

  • ronald abrahams
    ronald abrahams il y a 4 mois

    In most of these documentaries they leave out the most important people, which is are the Khoi and the San people form which the land was actually taken.

  • MaDDArt
    MaDDArt il y a 2 mois

    Everyone in this documentary have valid and true points, and I think that's important to understand.

  • Lance Misland
    Lance Misland il y a 1 mois

    To be honest, I'm just happy to see coloured representation in this documentary. Regardless of the 1:9 ratio. Thanks.

  • Kevin Blackandwhite
    Kevin Blackandwhite il y a 1 mois

    Im a white dude living abroad at the moment.. I must say this doc was really well done.. almost brought me to tears.. I love my country and my people! Hope to bring my wife (who's French) and restart my life back home soon. Just thinking about work options or independant projects to get started. Mzansi uyahlupha, Mzansi uyahlupheka, Mzansi umunhle! Peace!

  • Alan Y
    Alan Y il y a 5 mois

    The Zimbabwean ran away from Zim and then knocks SA?

  • Alceno Folchini
    Alceno Folchini il y a 1 mois

    Worked in Ghana 2002, very poor country, and the workers getting paid 1,5 dollars a day, but nobody steals or do crime, best people in the world, ANC in 26 years made South Africa worse.

  • Mateus
    Mateus il y a 3 mois

    It's the same thing in Brazil Ctrl + C Ctrl + V

  • Timon Kimutai
    Timon Kimutai il y a 1 mois

    Not black enough not white enough. That must be really hard

  • Yols N
    Yols N il y a 1 mois

    This was a rather safe documetary, this country has alot of crazy inequality, political, social and racial imbalance, a chain of silent hate, black white hate each other, coloured, indians hate blacks because the focus has been on black empowerment, so much drama for what....The day we all see each other as humans not by race nor colour and start building the nation for all who live in it, is when we all will receive freedom, but for that to happen politics have to be the focus sadly...

  • Visionery1
    Visionery1 il y a 3 mois

    Colonialism ended, Apartheid ended, now Africa and its resources belong to the Chinese. Contrary to what many Africans believe, China is not investing in Africa to help Africans; they arrive primarily with their own workforce, and export Africa's raw materials to China. As a 'thank you' they flood Africa with low-cost Chinese goods, killing local industries in the process. The final outcome will make the past look like a blessing in comparison. At least some African leaders (Tanzania) are seeing the light.

  • Kevin Kgothatso
    Kevin Kgothatso il y a 1 mois (modifié)

    Thank you for telling our story so beautifully. Very neutral. Views from everyone and how they feel. Well done this is amazing!!!!

  • Raymond Glad
    Raymond Glad il y a 2 mois

    The best and unbiased documentary on South Africa I have seen.

  • Nixon Phakati
    Nixon Phakati il y a 1 mois

    As South Africans we need to have more talks like this so we better understand each other. 🇿🇦🤝 I believe we can get there🙏🏾💪

  • Mario Botha
    Mario Botha il y a 10 mois (modifié)

    Just a pity you did'nt interview some Khoisan people so they can tell you that thz San and Khoi people was settled in the Cape first and that are their soil and not the Bantus as they claim. Its far overpopulated city. All those shacks. Where the hell does all those people come from