"Moffie" is a 2019 South African-British biographical war romantic drama film directed by Oliver Hermanus.
The starring cast includes Kai Luke Brummer, Ryan de Villiers, Matthew Vey, Wynand Ferreira, Stefan Vermaak, Hilton Pelser, Barbara-Marié Immelman, Michael Kirch, Remano De Beer, Emil van Niekerk and others.

Watch the official trailer for "Moffie"

Curzon on Monday, April 20, 2020 released the trailer:
Moffie | Official UK Trailer | Exclusively on Curzon Home Cinema 24 April.

What is "Moffie" about?

The film is set in 1981 South Africa and presents the story of a gay teenager completing his compulsory military service with the South African Defence Force on the border with Angola.
South Africa's white minority government is embroiled in a conflict at its border with Communist-led Angola. All fit South African white males between 17-60 must complete two years of mandatory military service- Conscription- conducting incursions into Angola followed by annual Commando camps, both training and operational. The Conscription applied to South African nationals but certain groups such as British passport holders (and others with dual nationality) could seek exemption.

Who's in the "Moffie" cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Moffie".

Kai Luke Brummer Nicholas van der Swart (as Kai Luke Brümmer)
Ryan de Villiers Dylan Stassen
Matthew Vey Michael Sachs
Wynand Ferreira Snyman
Stefan Vermaak Oscar Fourie
Hilton Pelser Sergeant Brand
Barbara-Marié Immelman Suzie van der Swart (as Barbara-Marie Immelman)
Michael Kirch Miles
Remano De Beer Peet van der Swart
Emil van Niekerk Instructor on Train
Connor Dowds Liberal Recruit
Rikus Terblanche Bester
Israel Ngqawuza Elderly Black Man
Jacques Theron Military Instructor
Ludwig Baxter Brent Siebert
Dale Lourens Clifford Hertman
Brendan Christopher Van Zyl Wian Grobelaar
Jan Combrink Jan Gould
Hendrik Nieuwoudt Roos
Leceur Viljoen Soldier 1
Stiaan Bruwer Solder 2
Dijan Botha Soldier 3
Shaun Chad Smit Van Der Merwe
Mitchell Christy Killian Jones
Jordy Gurr Albert Williams
Lian Smit Lionel Prys
Nicholas Van Jaarsveldt Robert Fields
Martin Munro Lieutenant Engel
Luke Tyler Hilton
Cody Mountain Baxter
André Lombard Chaplain (as Andre Lombard)
Tristan de Beer Ruan
Matt Ashwell Young Nicholas
Jaco van Niekerk Furious Man
Bernadette de la Guerre Onlooker
Liese Kuhn Pool Administrator
Jane de Wet Donna
Marguerite van Eeden Hailey (as Marguerite van Eerden)
Trent Moffett Hougaard
Keegan van Zyl Ferreira
Innes Maas Gerber
Christiaan Schoombie Commandant Dorman
John B Swart Wild Man
Siya Mayola Tracker
Sbuja Dywili Tall Kid
Mark Elderkin Medic
Andrico Goosen Patient in Farmhouse
Likho Mango Young Boy
Aaron Muchanyu Swapoman
Herman Hardick Kevin Stassen
Philippa Berrington-Blew June Stassen

When is "Moffie" released in cinemas?

The film "Moffie" was scheduled to be released on September 4, 2019 and on January 21, 2021 (Germany) by Cinemien, Edition Salzgeber and Curzon Home Cinema.

What are "Moffie" film specifications?

The duration of the film is 99 minutes.

What are critics and audiences saying about "Moffie"?

"Moffie" got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.8/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 100/100.

More information about "Moffie" you can get at:

Official website: moffiefilm.com

IMDB: Moffie

Wikipedia: Moffie

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