Watch Official Trailer for South African Historical Film “Silverton Siege”
Silverton Siege will be released on Netflix on April 27
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Netflix’s action thriller “Silverton Siege” has debuted its first trailer. The South African film, which is based on a true story, follows three young freedom fighters and their tense encounter with police, which sparked the Free Mandela movement. The siege proved to be a watershed moment in the country’s turbulent history as the nation attempted to overthrow a repressive apartheid dictatorship.
Everyone in the Trio agrees that someone, possibly one of them, is a “Impimpi” – a swindler and police spy. Who, however, is the question? Tensions and pressures rise in the bank. Everyone involved in the conflict is fighting for the same thing: freedom. The Trio decides to negotiate Nelson Mandela’s release after realizing that their only options are prison or death.
“Silverton Siege” is directed by South African Mandla Dube and stars Noxolo Dlamini, Thabo Rametsi, and Stefan Erasmus as the infamous MK three. Arnold Vosloo, Michelle Mosalakae, Elani Dekker, and Tumisho Masha also appear in the film.
On April 27, Netflix will release Silverton Siege to coincide with the official South African holiday Freedom Day, which commemorates the country’s first democratic elections after apartheid ended.
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