Professor Sidney Bloch, determined to confront his guilt
for colluding with Apartheid, returns to South Africa
with his teenage son on a quest for reconciliation.
Sidney Bloch, an internationally recognised professor of psychiatry from Melbourne Australia, returns to Cape Town for his medical school reunion. Sid has suffered from a troubled conscience for forty years and wants to resolve his guilt – but what will it take to free him from his past? Though it’s easy to become a bystander, it’s not so easy to live with the consequences.
Sid is accompanied on his quest for reconciliation by his son, Aaron, who is also his harshest critic. Narrated by Aaron, the film explores how a ‘good’ person accepts racism and injustice.
BEST AFRICAN DOCUMENTARY, International Film Festival South Africa
56 or 52 min Documentary with FREE DOWNLOADABLE STUDY GUIDE and 45 mins DVD extras, including interview with director .
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