From August 28, Angolan works will appear in the Netflix catalog for the first time. This is a feature film “Dias Santana” co-produced with South Africa.
The film was screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 2015 and tells the story of two brothers, a general and a police officer, who discovered the identity of their parent killers’ decades ago.
The film was produced by Giant Sables Media in Angola and Zen HQ Films in South Africa.
The Angolan producer of the film, Jeremias Didalewa, posted a thank you message on his Instagram profile because he managed to strike a deal with the platform:
The Angolan film premiered a month after Mozambique’s first film also appeared in the Netflix catalog.
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