Twenty years ago, the young 'Five Fingers' fought for the rural town of Marseilles, against brutal police oppression. Now, after fleeing in disgrace, freedom-fighter-turned-'outlaw' Tau returns to Marseilles, seeking only a peaceful pastoral life. When he finds the town under new threat, he must reluctantly fight to free it. can he free himself from his past? Will the Five Fingers stand again?

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Critic Reviews (7)

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Critical Consensus: Good.
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Black Girl Nerds

11 Sep 2017
8.0
"Overall Five Fingers For Marseilles is definitely worth your time. If you are someone that is interested in high action dramas with steady pacing, gorgeous photography, consistent themes, and breakthrough performances then this is one film you do no ...
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The Film Stage

10 Sep 2017
8.0
"Everything you want from a western thematically is present with arch stereotypes of good and evil prevalent but never detrimental to the characters." ...
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NOW Magazine

14 Sep 2017
6.0
"All the requirements of the genre are fulfilled: there’s a sneering villain and a conflicted hero, a dusty visual aesthetic captured in glorious, sprawling widescreen, and tense standoffs between childhood friends who’ve found themselves on oppo ...
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Shadow and Act

14 Sep 2017
9.0
"Five Fingers is a necessary addition to the Western film canon... Elegiac, grim and mystical, it's a tale of redemption that remixes Western genre lore with South African history and spiritualism, set in one of the most cinematic mountain vistas in ...
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We Live Entertainment<

16 Sep 2017
7.0
"Despite not shying away from being a rougher, tougher western of its predecessors, Five Fingers is a remarkably bold addition to the neo-western genre. Matthews has crafted a riveting feature-length debut and certainly has a bright future ahead." ...
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Sordid Cinema

11 Sep 2017
"If ever there was a case of arguing that a western movie feels the same but somehow different, Fingers is a prime candidate." ...

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Release Date(s):

September 8, 2017 (Toronto International Film Festival, Canada)
October 5, 2017 (London Film Festival, UK)

Executive Producer(s):

Paulo Areal, Joshua A. Green, Dumi Gumbi

Cinematography:

Shaun Lee

Screenplay:

Sean Drummond

Editor:

Daniel Mitchell

Art Director:

Shakeela Kingzley

Production Designer:

Franz Lewis

Sound:

Morne Marais, James Matthes

Music:

James Matthes

Original Score:

James Matthes

Production Company:

Stage 5 Films, Be Phat Motel Film Company, The Game 7 Films

Distribution:

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Language:

Xhosa, Southern Sotho

Runtime:

120 minutes

Budget:

$1,000,000 (estimated)

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