Ukuhlolwa Kwephupha (A Dream Deciphered)
Directed by Women • 6m 30s
A woman asleep begins to dream. It is a dream that distorts her perception of time and space in relation to her mundane daily tasks – an illusion that evokes a surreal experience of the self.
2022 NEW YORK AFRICAN FILM FESTIVAL SELECTION
DIRECTED BY HLUMELA MATIKA
SOUTH AFRICA | 2022 | NO DIALOGUE
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