Fiche Film
Cinéma/TV
LONG Métrage | 2016
Vaya
Akin Omotoso
Pays concerné : Afrique du Sud
Réalisateur(s) : Akin Omotoso
Avec : Akin Omotoso, Ronnie Apteker, Sihle Xaba, Robbie Thorpe, Craig Freimond, Rethabile Mothobi
Durée : 110
Type : fiction

Français

VAYA.Un train. Quatre personnes. Des étrangers à destination de Johannesburg. Chacun avec sa propre mission. Mais un évènement va irrémédiablement changer leurs vies à jamais.

Un film d’Akin Omotoso

Afrique du Sud, 2016, Fiction, 1h50m, Drame

D’après des faits réels.

Réalisateur : Akin Omotoso

Scénario par
Madoda Ntuli
Tshabalira Lebakeng
Anthony’Zaiboo’Mafela
David Majoka
Robbie Thorpe
Craig Freimond
Harriet Perlman

Produit par
Rififi Pictures

2016 | Toronto International Film Festival, TORONTO, Canada.
* World Premiere / Première Mondiale
www.tiff.net/films/vaya
www.tiff.net/films/vaya

English

VAYA
ONE train.
FOUR people.
Strangers bound for Johannesburg. Each on their own mission.
But ONE event will irrevocably change their lives forever

VAYA is based on stories told by people who have experienced homelessness. Eight years in the writing, Vaya brings together three powerful interwoven stories of peoples expierences of arriving with nothing but hope in South Africa’s economic hub, Johannesburg. Full of expectation they will soon experience, the harsh realities of big city life.
Nhlanhla has no money to pay for his girlfriend’s dowry. His problems seem to be solved when his cousin Xolani, from the big city tells him he has a job for him that will solve his financial troubles. Nhlanhla is relieved and excited. Until he finds out what the job is.
Zanele must bring a young girl Zodwa to the city to be with her mother. Coming to the city might offer her the opportunity to fundamentally change her own life, until she realises that she’s placed Zodwa in terrible danger.
Nkulu has a duty as the oldest son to fetch his migrant worker father’s dead body. He doesn’t understand his mother’s anxiety at what on the surface is a simple enough task. Until he discovers that he might not be the only one interested in his father’s body.
Three separate stories that all come together in one surprising and bloody climax

A film by Akin Omotoso

South Africa, 2016, Fiction, 110 minutes, 14A, Colour, Zulu

starring Mncedisi Shabangu, Zimkhitha Nyoka, Nomonde Mbusi, Sihle Xaba, Warren Masemola, Sibusiso Msimang, Azwile Chamane

Based on real stories



Director
Akin Omotoso

Executive Producer
Jan du Plessis, Matthew Moodley, Cecil Barry

Producer
Akin Omotoso, Rethabile Molatela Mothobi, Harriet Perlman, Robbie Thorpe, Ronnie Apteker

Cinematographer
Kabelo Thathe

Produced by Rififi Pictures


2016 | Toronto International Film Festival, TORONTO, Canada.
* World Premiere
www.tiff.net/films/vaya
www.tiff.net/films/vaya