Fiche Film
Cinéma/TV
LONG Métrage | 2011
Inside Story
Rolie Nikiwe
Pays concerné : Afrique du Sud
Réalisateur(s) : Rolie Nikiwe
Avec : Hakeem Kae-kazim, Harriet Gavshon, Fana Mokoena, Kevin Ndege Mamboleo, Kendra Etufunwa, Sdumo Mtshali, Seth Zimu
Durée : 97
Type : fiction

Français

Une histoire édifiante traitant des épreuves et tribulations d’un jeune homme dont les rêves d’atteindre gloire et fortune grâce au football sont mis en péril à cause d’une erreur impulsive. Un film unique qui combine l’histoire passionnante d’une star montante du football avec l’illuminante trajectoire animée du VIH à l’intérieur du corps humain. Magnifiquement réalisé, avec des performances très fortes, Inside Story est un compte rendu remarquablement honnête de l’impact du VIH et du sida, qui reconnaît le fait inspirant que nous pouvons mener une vie solide et productive tout en vivant avec le virus.

Un film de Rolie Nikiwe

Long-Métrage Fiction

avec Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Kevin Ndege Mamboleo, Kendra Etufunwa

Pays: Afrique du Sud, Kenya
Année: 2011
Durée: 97′
Langue: Anglais, Zulu, Autre


ACTEURS
Kevin Ndege Mamboleo > Kalu
Kendra Etufunwa > Ify
Hakeem Kae-Kazim > Valentine
Fana Mokoena > Goodwill
Sdumo Mtshali > Spikiri
Seth Zimu > Jabu



2013 | 23ème FESPACO
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2012 | 8ème Festival International du Film Black de Montréal
* Sélection
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English



An uplifting story of the trials and tribulations of a young man whose dreams of football fame and fortune are jeopardised by an impulsive mistake. Inside Story is a unique feature-length film that combines the exciting story of a rising soccer star with an enlightening animated journey of HIV inside the human body. Beautifully directed, with very strong performances, Inside Story is a remarkably honest account of the impact of HIV and AIDS that recognizes the inspiring fact that we can lead strong and productive lives while living with the virus.



On a dusty soccer pitch in Malindi, Kenya young Kalu (Kevin Ndege Mamboleo) is an aggressive striker of the « Malindi Sharks, » who dreams of playing professional soccer. He’s a selfish player and a clear stand out on his team and knows he’s destined for glory. Then one day his life dramatically changes. Kalu gets an offer to play soccer on a second tier team in South Africa on the same day his father is killed in an accident and he unknowingly is exposed to the HIV virus. He makes the decision to go play soccer and send part of his salary back to home to his mother (Regina-Re) and sister.

Kalu moves from rural Kenya to urban Johannesburg to discover he’s no longer a local hero. He even meets resistance from his own team. Spikiri (Sdumo Mtshali), the Black Star’s captain and starting striker, stakes out his turf and greets Kalu with aggression. All the while, inside Kalu’s body a battle for his T-Cells rages as the HIV virus spreads. Back on the soccer field, Kalu’s new coach, Valentine (Hakeem Kae-Kazim), must convince his players to forget their differences and play as a team. As Kalu struggles to find his way in a strange place, he begins a tepid friendship with Iyf (Kendra Etufunwa), the coaches daughter, who offers him sound advice. Kalu’s light-hearted Black Stars teammate, Jabu (Seth Zina) befriends him and helps Kalu turn rivals into teammates. Meanwhile Kalu and Ify’s friendship grows as Ify seeks out advice about how to thwart the unwanted advances of team owner Goodwill (Fana Mokoena) – who makes it clear that, if Ify will not be intimate with him, her father’s job is in jeopardy.

These battles on and off the field are the backdrop for a remarkable journey that unfolds the mysteries and reveals the facts of the HIV virus within Kalu. Together, we race past skin, bone, and muscle to reveal the high stakes game going on inside his body. We see the HIV virus’ relentless attack of the body, previously normal T-Cells transfigured, and how the body tries to fight back.

Kalu struggles and triumphs as a soccer player and in his relationships, and as he confronts the challenges of HIV, and ultimately realizes that knowledge is power.

A film by Rolie Nikiwe

starring Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Kevin Ndege Mamboleo, Kendra Etufunwa

Narrative Feature Film


Country: Afrique du Sud, Kenya
Year: 2011
Duration: 97′
Language: Anglais, Zulu, Autre


CAST
Kevin Ndege Mamboleo > Kalu
Kendra Etufunwa > Ify
Hakeem Kae-Kazim > Valentine
Fana Mokoena > Goodwill
Sdumo Mtshali > Spikiri
Seth Zimu > Jabu