MORE TIME (1994) (Zimbabwe: 1994)

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Director: Isaac Mabhikwa

Writing Credit: Lazarus Fungurani,  John Riber,  and Andrew Whaley

Producers: John Riber, Louise Riber, and Ben Zulu

Music by:Peace of Ebony

Cinematography by: Joao Costa

Film Editing by: Louise Riber

Art Direction by: David Guwaza

Music Department: Keith Farguharson

Cast:
Webster                               Gonzo David
Prudence Katomeni        Thandiwe
Barbara Nkala                    Girl

Synopsis: This Zimbabwe drama explores the effect of AIDS in teenage relationships. Thandiwe is the protagonist, who begins looking for a boyfriend in the film. David is deeply upset to discover that his former girlfriend gave birth to a baby with AIDS. She contracted the disease from her uncle with whom she was sleeping with. The uncle is now dead and David fears for his own life. Thandiwe is tired of her parent’s rigid rules and longs to break free. She falls for David and the film ends with a plea for more awareness and safer behavior.

Reviews and Articles:
Kedmon Nyasha Hungwe, Narrative and Ideology: 50 Years of Film Making in Zimbabwe. Media Culture and Society (Online Journal)
Zimbabwe Film Industry. Imagine Art After (Art Website)

Academic Articles
Thompson, Katrina. Zimbabwe Cinematic Arts.  Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2013. Print.
Cham, Mbye. “African Cinema in the Nineties.” African Studies Quarterly. 2.1 (1998) : n. 47-51. Web.

Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nx_ls-uuYKQ