Cast & Crew

Chari Botha

Jan Van der Merwe

Girley Jazama

Sylvia Kamutjema

Vanessa Kamatoto

Jacobine Kamutjemo

Desmond Katamila

Godfried Jnr Kamutjemo

Muhindua Kaura

Godfried Snr Kamutjemo

Mervin Uahupirapi

Unotjari Kamutjemo

Sunet Van Wyk

Anna-Marie Van der Merwe

Directing

Costume & Make-Up

Dawn Diergaardt

Costume Designer

Sound

Camera

Renier de Bruyn

Director of Photography

Editing

Crew

Laurent Hasseman

Cinematography

Art

Lara-Lyn Ahrens

Art Direction

Jenny Kandenge

First Assistant Art Direction

Fun Facts of Movie

Framed by scenes of Namibia’s formal independence as a newly formed African country in 1990, Desiree Kahikopo’s historical romance takes us back to 1963, soon after the 1959 uprising in Old Location — an area segregated for black residents of Windhoek, the capital of Namibia (then a territory of South Africa). It is in this setting that Sylvia Kamutjemo (Girley Charlene Jazama, who also produces), a black domestic worker, meets Afrikaner police officer Pieter de Wet (Jan-Barend Scheepers) on a routine passbook check. As the pair exchange letters and a story of forbidden love across racial lines unfolds, Kahikopo explores an underrepresented period of Namibian history with compassion and hope.

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