The end of apartheid in 1990 and the election of Nelson Mandela in 1994 brought new hope to the black South Africans, dispossessed of their land for more than three centuries by Dutch and British settlers. But the reforms designed to give back some of the land did not keep their promises. 25 years later, the disappointment is huge.
On the farms, low wages and forced labor continue. Poor and landless black farm workers are fighting to improve their living and working conditions.
Directed by Laure Panerai (UK)