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Colin Moss ... James Kramer
Ian Roberts Ian Roberts ... Marius Kramer
Mandoza Mandoza ... Mzi
Jenna Dover Jenna Dover ... Emily (as Jena Dover)
Shannon Esra ... Katie
Marius Roberts Marius Roberts ... Louw
Castro Hlongwane Castro Hlongwane ... Vusi
Zach Teubes Zach Teubes ... Meyer
Mary-Anne Barlow Mary-Anne Barlow ... Angela (as Mary-Ann Barlow)
Tess van Staden ... Anne
Jan Nortje Jan Nortje ... Big boorish boyfriend
Kerry Anne Kallerstone Kerry Anne Kallerstone ... Bush Bar girl
Stuart Williams Stuart Williams ... Cameron
Errol Ballantine Errol Ballantine ... Coach Dickens
Guy Kebble Guy Kebble ... Daniel

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It is not how many times you get knocked down, it is how many times you get up.

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Drama

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A fair Assessment
2 May 2006 | by info-8383See all my reviews

When i heard Number 10 was in filming i was very interested.Being a major supporter of the South African movie industry, I could not hold in the anticipation but was regrettably disappointed, I have never been so compelled to state my opinion in the past, as in this case. Colin Moss is out of his depth, great idols presenter , one dimensional performance( at least in this role). His inability to show a "realness" in the the character conflict is undoubtedly obvious. The best performance is given by Shannon Ezra, what a gem she is and helps grip the audience back in to the film. The supporting actors do a great job but if the lead actor isn't up to standard it overshadows their performance. The film tries to "glamourise" a part of South African society that isn't glamorous, the film should of been based on the Super 14, an exciting and well known competition, not a b-grade comp. Darrel Roodt a generally a good director, he fails to capture the essence of rugby and poetic movement that is associated with it. He also fails to decide whether its a love story, rugby movie or father son conflict. This movie takes away some of the confidence Tsotsi instilled in the South African Movie Going Public. See it and make up your mind for yourself!

This comment is an honest and conservative opinion from a Major Supporter of South African Cinema.


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South Africa

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 January 2006 (South Africa) See more »

Filming Locations:

Johannesburg, South Africa See more »

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ZAR21,000,000 (estimated)
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Dolby

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