On any given summer day, a colorful mix of locals gather at Sea Point Promenade and Municipal Pools in Cape Town, South Africa. Rich, poor, old, young, black, white, Christian, Jew, Muslim, homeless, rent boys, sports players, and petty criminals all meet in this extraordinary public space: one that offers the possibilities of happiness and belonging and gives voice to some of the contradictions of what it means to be South African.
- Francois VersterProducer/Director
- Lucinda EnglehartProducer
- Neil BrandtProducer