Fanie Fourie's Lobola

Fanie Fourie's Lobola

After Fanie takes Dinky, a strong Zulu woman, to his Afrikaans family wedding, the two find an unexpectedly fun cross-cultural romance. But in order to marry Dinky, Fanie must negotiate to pay Lobola (a South African dowry).

The story of the complications that ensue when an Afrikaans man and Zulu girl fall in love, especially when the traditional custom of "lobola", or dowry, makes things even more difficult for them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Fanie Fourie's Lobola torrent reviews

Eylem E (fr) wrote: Catherine Breillat's films have always been autobiographical, often painfully so, and yet "Abuse of Weakness" cuts even closer to the marrow than the rest. Featuring iron-nerved Isabelle Huppert as the director's onscreen equivalent, a partly crippled French helmer named Maud, the uneasy-making story re-creates a situation in which the helmer cast a known con man to star in her next film, only to be swindled by him in the process. Between its perverse power games and co-dependent sadomasochism, the almost frigidly unsentimental pic seems an ideal double bill with Roman Polanski's "Venus in Fur," but will likely prove too personal to attract much of an audience.

Darrin C (fr) wrote: Not a complete waste of time as it did have it's entertaining moments with above average performances by actors given a pretty silly script. Though some makeup was very simple and obviously unprofessionally done, the film color really worked and the special effects weren't terrible for such a cheaply made good time.

David M (br) wrote: Two of the most unlikely celebs team up for an unexpected & almost touching mother-son relationship story. It's a movie that excels at several things, comedy not being one of them. A film that was advertised as a hilarious laugh-out-loud summer hit - however the laughs are few & far between but for a movie like this, that's ok. The toned down humour actually suited the film better I felt, rather than some outrageous OTT Seth Rogen comedy everyone expected.

Valria V (de) wrote: Enjoyed. It may seem clich but these voids occur in the soul ....

Ethan P (it) wrote: A fascinating and disheartening exposure of the many flaws in the American food industry.

Karishma M (nl) wrote: It was pretty good. It beat my expections. The little pink bear was so cute!

Stephen L (kr) wrote: Not as powerful as it's predecessor Dogville (though few movies are), but Manderlay still manages to capture the essence of the what made the first movie so intriguing. Loaded with irony and nihilistic ideas that lead to a very depressing statement about humanity. I love that in the credits we see the footage of the LAPD officers assaulting Rodney King which is amazing considering this movie took place 90 years ago and the LA riots happened just 20 years ago. Racism is still as real as ever in America and this is why von Trier chose to address it in this second instalment of his USA trilogy.

Jesse F (nl) wrote: I don't hate it as much as I used to, but I still feel the opening is an insult to the fans and it had a really bad excuse to bring Michael Myers back.

Kiwi L (us) wrote: another period drama. of course i like it! :D

Casey C (ca) wrote: Wonderful performances between Cary Grand and Katharine Hepburn and the comedy still holds up.

Wade H (de) wrote: An entertaining thriller. It may feel like a phone ad, but it's story keeps you glued with good directing and acting.

David S (br) wrote: This Means War is a lazy rendition of a good idea executed poorly. It carries a few good actors, and misuses them for the benefit of the diseased genre. McG has proven once again he has not taste in his design, and will push scenarios in any direction to squeeze anything out of the audience. However, the romance, and the comedy, the two ambitions of this move, were not achieved. Another film thrown in the waste bucket.

Peter G (es) wrote: 3.5--would highly recommend as a noir.