Beat the Drum

Directed by David Hickson

Year: 2003
Running Time: 114
Color Type: Color
Country: U.S., South Africa
Language: English, Zulu
Genres: Drama
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Beat the Drum

Cast
Junior Singo
Owen Sejake
Mary Twala

Crew
Directed by David Hickson


After a mysterious illness strikes his village, a young, orphaned boy sets out for the big city to find his uncle. Driven by his determination to survive and his growing social awareness, he must fins a way to make an honest living before he can return to his village. An emotional and timely drama reminding us how one small voice can be the brave start of colossal change – uniting a village, a people, and even a nation.

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