This Lesotho feature is poetic and arresting with a haunting performance from screen legend Mary Twala Mhlongo. The film follows Mantoa as she waits for death while trying to save her land.
The film is rich with colour and naturalism, cinematographer Pierre de Villiers keeps you enthralled with the imagery that takes you in and out Mantoa's grief will simultaneously spellbinding you with vivid pictures.
The rich landscape and close-ups of Mary Twala Mhlongo are captivating and we as the audience are drawn into this world of protest and grief.
"this is not a death march, this is the march of the living and the dead."