Feature documentary/drama for Island, BBC TV and WDR.
The story of the music and ideas of Abdullah Ibrahim, the finest pianist and composer to emerge from South Africa, while exiled in New York with memories of Cape Town and the sources of his music.
"An engrossing profile... powerful and moving" (The Independent, London)
"A striking, dispassionate film... great imagination" (City Limits, London)
"A gentle wisdom seldom seen on television" (The Times, London)
"An outstanding event at the festival" (Tages-Anzeiger, Zurich)
"Imaginative dramatizing... makes the cinematic experience more than a record" (Village Voice, New York City)
"A poetic celebration... and extraordinary portrait of an extraordinary musician. Excellent." (GQ, London)
"Visualises with a sense of understatement... a casually charismatic storyteller" (New York Times)