Four Corners is a film by director Ian Gabriel. Four Corners is a coming of age thriller set in the unique and volatile subculture of a community under attack in the Cape Flats. Four Corners is a different film! Opens in cinemas 28 October 2014.
Don’t miss this movie, Yareah friends. It’s worth!
At the 86th Academy Awards, the movie was selected as the official South African Submission for the Best Foreign Language Film , but it was not nominated.
Four Corners is the first movie to be told in a blend of Sabela (the secret language of the Number Gangs) Tsotsi taal, Cape Afrikaans and the Cape English dialect.
Cast: Lindiwe Matshikiza, Brendon Daniels, Irshaad Ally, Israel Makoe, Jerry Mofokeng, Jezzriel Skei, Angelo Johannes, and Abduragman Adams.
A strong movie for a strong reality. By Isabel del Rio. Yareah magazine.
Ground-breaking, gutsy and provocative. A South African reality never seen on film before. By Leon van Nierop, The Citizen.
Extraordinary performances! Uncanny poignancy, gripping intensity… marvelously directed. By Carlos Aquilar, Indiewire.
Intense, heartfelt and stylized. Eye-popping visuals… potent performances. By Jordan Mintzer, The Hollywood Reporter.
FOUR CORNERS is a gripping drama set against the backdrop of a gang war in Cape Town which has been raging for a 100 years; a little known fact. On IMBD.