South Africa/2014/ English/105 mins
Director: Jenna Bass
‘Love In An African Pot’
Phone sex operator Terri might be comfortable with voicing the most intimate of thoughts
over the phone with strangers. However, words don’t come so easily when it comes to
communicating her feelings towards Sandile, her attentive and caring boyfriend who spendshis time looking after animals when he is not pressing her to give up her non-committalattitude towards him. Unbeknownst to them, in another corner of Cape Town, a computertechnician struggles to let go of a lost love, rubbing self-indulgent salt in his own wounds by insisting on spending time with his ex’s younger brother. As fate would have it, their parallel
paths intersect and they begin to suspect that their love is a peculiar conspiracy – setting inmotion an intimate, funny and bittersweet exploration of some of the more sacred ideals ofyoung life in contemporary South Africa.
The film is part of BFI’s ‘LOVE’ season and will be screened with African food.
Buteotown Art & History Museum, Cardiff: 16th October from 7.00 pm Book Tickets