The flowers aren’t the only thing in bloom this September. This month on Netflix they have a bouquet of content coming your way. Take a look at some of the local content coming your way in September:
Zuluman With Some Power Takes Japan – 9/25/2020
This 48-minute documentary will give fans a glimpse into their much loved Durban-born rapper. Nasty C shares in some of the humbling parts of his Japanese escape, the normalcy and simplicity his celebrity doesn’t afford him in Africa. “I felt safe on the streets, I took the cab, I felt normal and I loved that experience.” said the Palm Trees star. The kindness of the locals is one of the things that stood out for him even with the language barrier.
Still Born – 9/30/2020
In a world where simulated reality is the mainstay of a dystopian population, a disaffected layman named Nobomi SX1 embarks on a perilous mission to free herself from the chains of her vapid existence by attempting to enter an exclusive virtual reality game with the intention of never returning.
The Virgin Vegan – 9/30/2020
After spending 3 years in England completing her MBA studies, golden girl Thato has returned to her family who owns a butchery, with a new diet. She’s a vegan. At her welcome home dinner party, all is revealed…but not all is understood. A VEGAAN? VEGEEN? VIRGIN?? Misunderstanding and misinterpreting her new lifestyle as a vegan for the word ‘virgin’ her family want to believe she’s changed her diet due to her virtue. They applaud her for her chastity but encourage her to eat some ‘real’ food to regain all that weight lost due to her UK student brokeness.
Nothing for Mahala – 9/11/2020
This movie is a sophisticated, illuminating and life-affirming human comedy about growing old gracefully, staying true to yourself as a human being and keeping promises.
Coming from Insanity – 9/11/2020 (Nigerian)
In the mid-nineties, a 12-year-old boy (KOSSI) with genius-level intelligence, is one of many children trafficked through the Nigerian borders from Togo. He ends up with the MARTINS, an upper-middle-class family of 4 in Lagos. At their home, he will work overtime for his meals and shelter as a houseboy. Fast forward to the present day, Kossi is still a houseboy with the Martins. He dreams of a better life, but with barely any education, he knows his future is compromised. H