Dora, a Hillbrow prostitute shields a gifted young boy from the violent clutches of organized crime. In the process she may discover aspects of her own lost humanity.

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6.2
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Channel24

13 Mar 2017
6.0
In Dora’s Peace, some old secrets come back to haunt gun-toting Hillbrow sex worker Dora, among them the script of the film. Suffering a common South African movie malaise, it took eight years for Dora’s Peace to be made. Unfortunately, by the ti ...
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Sowetan Live

13 Mar 2017
7.0
Since the beginning of the year we have been blessed with two romantic films – one a hit (Happiness is a Four-Letter Word) and the other not so much (Mrs Right Guy) . Last year there was the forgettable Tell Me Sweet Something, another rom-com, as ...
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IOL

13 Mar 2017
8.0
Dora’s Peace is a poignant crime drama, a strong surprise debut from director, Kosta Kalarytis. Shot in Hillbrow, it is as much a portrait of life on the colourful Joburg suburb streets as it is of the main character who gives the film its name, Do ...
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Artlink.co.za

13 Mar 2017
7.0
Teeming Hillbrow forms the backdrop for this intriguing little slice of life from Greek director Konstandino Kalarytis who also co-wrote the story. He manages to capture the grimy atmosphere of this dilapidated, overrun suburb while focusing on a sto ...

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Release Date(s):

August 26, 2016

Executive Producer:

Jim Petrak, Simon Ratcliffe

Cinematography:

Nic Hofmeyr

Screenplay:

Andrew Herold, Konstandino Kalarytis

Editor:

Konstandino Kalarytis

Production Coordinator:

Maria Constantinides

Sound:

James Olivier, Jim Petrak

Music:

Geo Höhn

Production Company:

One Man Band

Distribution:

Indigenous Film Distribution

Language:

English

Runtime:

85 minutes

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