Of Beasts And Beings

Political unrest has torn apart an African country.  On the outskirts of a ransacked city, militia seize an innocent captive.  Coerced into slavery, he is subjected to a nightmareish overland journey that takes him across endless plains in the broiling sun, not knowing where they are heading or if he will ever see freedom again.

Meanwhile, a lonely white schoolteacher struggles with the hardships of everyday life in modern Zimbabwe, whilst wrestling wiht the shadows of the past and his increasing sense of redundancy in the country he has always called home/

As each attempts to survive these uncertain times, the deeper effects of history and memory emerge, and a new terror breaks forth, as each begins to realise his own part in the very crimes he abhors…

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