Serial killer film premieres in Windhoek

Of Good Report is not for sensitive viewers. Superbly filmed in black and white, Of Good Report takes the audience well out of its comfort zones with the boldness of an artistic and political maverick. Viewers are warned that the film’s depictions of the crimes and their aftermath is heavy viewing that may disturb many people.AfricaAvenir will be screening the Namibian premiere of the now-unbanned controversial South African film “Of Good Report” at the Goethe-Centre.  The film was directed by Jahmil Qubeka and produced by Michael Auret and Luzuko Dilima in 2013. Hans-Christian Mahnke, curator of the film series “African Perspectives” said he looks forward to Windhoek audiences seeing this superb and provocative film.  He also said that this adaption and processing of Stanley Kubbrick’s 1962 “Lolita” is brilliant because of its artistic craft and because it puts cinema from Africa where it belongs at the centre stage.