Ever wondered what it’s like to drive 5,000 miles scouting a location and spend eight years shooting a movie in a language you don’t speak? That’s the story of director Michael Matthews and writer Sean Drummond, the South African filmmakers behind Five Fingers For Marseilles, a Western set in South Africa’s Eastern Cape and shot entirely in Sesotho, a Bantu language. In this week’s bonus Frotcast #content, my interview with Matthews and Drummond about the creation of their movie. Will you ever get to see it? Sorry, no idea, but it’s a cool story whatever the case. Subscribe to the Frotcast on iTunes, donate at Patreon.com/Frotcast. (Apologies for the sound quality this week, the handheld mics are noisier than what we usually use).
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