Banned South African Action Film JOE BULLET Storms Back To Screens With Restored Release
But no more! Joe Bullet has returned in a newly restored version soon to screen in selection at the Durban International Film Festival! Here's how they describe it:
Joe Bullet tells the story of a mysterious gangster who starts sabotaging soccer team The Eagles' chance at winning the upcoming championship final. In the criminal underworld of soccer, only Joe Bullet can save the championship. Produced in 1971, Joe Bullet was one of the first South African films featuring an all-African cast. The film was independently released in 1973 but, after only two screenings, was banned by the Apartheid government. Now, after more than 40 years, the film has been digitally restored and is finally available for world-wide release, courtesy of the Gravel Road film restoration project.
Take a look at the trailer below!
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