In the middle of s, the government of South Africa has a policy of racial segregation. Frequent protests against the ruling regime. He condemns Biko because he does not have a flexible approach to accumulate racial issues. Steve Biko invited editor in his area.
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Initially suspicious of Biko and his motives, Woods finds himself united with Biko in common cause after Biko reveals to him the true extent of police atrocities in the black townships. And when tragedy strikes, the powerful bond that has been forged between them leads Woods to make a courageous stand on his friend's behalf, risking everything to expose the horrors of this murderous regime.
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Cry, Freedom : A Story of Friendship
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Cry Freedom : The Legendary True Story of Steve Biko and the Friendship that Defied Apartheid
Cry Freedom is a epic drama film directed by Richard Attenborough , set in lates apartheid -era South Africa. The screenplay was written by John Briley based on a pair of books by journalist Donald Woods. The film centres on the real-life events involving black activist Steve Biko and his friend Donald Woods, who initially finds him destructive, and attempts to understand his way of life. Cry Freedom delves into the ideas of discrimination, political corruption, and the repercussions of violence. A joint collective effort to commit to the film's production was made by Universal Pictures and Marble Arch Productions and the film was primarily shot on location in Zimbabwe and in Kenya due to political turmoil in South Africa at the time of production.