Giant streaming service company, Netflix, has released an official trailer for the post-apartheid themed thriller ‘I Am All Girls’, a chilling film about a global child sex trafficking syndicate in South Africa that is set for a worldwide release on 14 May 2021. Media sources have claimed that the film is based on actual events that unfolded in South Africa in the 1980s.
The film ‘I Am All Girls’ is set in the dying days of Apartheid and follows a chilling story of Jodie Snyman (played by Erica Wessels), a Special Crimes Investigator, and a troubled cop, Ntombizonke (played by Hlubi Mboya). While racing against time in order to bring down a powerful, politically run notorious human trafficking ring, the two build an unlikely bond.
Directed by Donovan Marsh, ‘I Am All Girls’ stars Hlubi Mboya, Erica Wessels, Mothusi Magano, Masasa Mbangeni, Brandon Daniels, and Donovan Lotz.
As reported by the media, the film’s producer, Simon Swart, said the distribution partnership with Netflix is destiny. They share our goal of bringing unique and diverse African stories to global audiences. The crew crafted something profoundly moving and atmospheric with a strong social message that will gain greater awareness and social impact through Netflix.
Speaking on the film’s Netflix acquisition, the director Donovan Marsh (Hunter, Killer) said ‘I Am All Girls’ has demonstrated Netflix’s commitment to telling meaningful African stories while reaching audiences across the globe on essential issues and supporting ground-breaking local entertainment.