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Catch a Fire

(2006)

Rated PG-13 for thematic material including torture and abuse, violence, and brief language.

PG-13 102min.
 
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An apolitical South African oil-refinery worker and soccer coach is forced into terrorism as a means of fighting back against the brutality of the apartheid regime in director Phillip Noyce's dramatic look at the life of one-time political prisoner ... Read More
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Patrick Chamusso
Precious Chamusso
Zuko September
Miriam
Johnny Piliso
Pete My Baby
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