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Endgame

Suspense/Drama

Rated PG-13

Box Office: $0.0M

Format

Boxart Format Release Date
Mty d313292d DVD
UPC: 012233132922
02/09/2010

Release Dates

When Announced When Released
In Theaters November 06 2009
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On DVD February 09 2010Now Available

Product Details

PRINCIPAL CAST

Chiwetel Ejiofor, Jonny Lee Miller, William Hurt, Mark Strong, Derek Jacobi, Clarke Peters

DIRECTOR

Pete Travis

WRITER

Paula Milne

SYNOPSIS

Set in South Africa, 1985, this is a gripping and sophisticated political thriller full of intriguing and unexpected heroes. While the country is under siege, sanctions are biting, Mandela's imprisonment is an international cause celebré, and the ANC guerrilla terrorist attacks are escalating. Every day the country is more ungovernable as it plunges towards the apocalypse of a race war.

In saner moments everyone knows the vile apartheid regime is doomed but will the transition to democracy be peaceful or bloody? Working for P.W. Botha as a somewhat Machiavellian Head of Intelligence, Doctor Neil Barnard opens furtive talks with Nelson Mandela who is still in prison. But lesser known are the secret talks that take place in the unlikely setting of a rural English manor house, arranged by a British businessman and sponsored by a mining company seeking to secure its own future in South Africa. Both sides have everything to win or to lose, including their own lives. The stakes are immense, the secrecy imperative.

But while influential Afrikaners sit down face to face with their fiercest enemies from the ANC, led by future President Thabo Mbeki, Botha learns of the UK talks. If the demise of apartheid is inevitable he intends to control the endgame by employing the tactics of divide and rule. Dr. Barnard must wring as many concessions out of Mandela as he can whilst instructing the Afrikaners to do the same with the ANC in the UK – then play one against the other.

GENRE

Suspense/Drama

RATING

Rated PG-13
violence/disturbing images and some strong language

RUN TIME

101 Minutes

STUDIO

Monterey Media