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[Fantasia ’21] Trailer for South African thriller ‘Indemnity’

Watch the trailer here!

Indemnity is a South African thriller that will be making its world premiere at this Fantasia Film Festival. The story is about an ex-firefighter who lives in Cape Town. He is forced to fight for his life after he is accused of murdering his wife. He is also forced to deal with his past and a government conspiracy with terrifying implications.

The new trailer gives audience’s a taste of what to expect from the upcoming South African import. The producers of the movie also worked on Netflix’s Blood & Water. Indemnity was short and completed during the pandemic.

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Reaching a whole new scale of production for South African action films, Indemnity’s lead, Jarrid Gedul, spent three months training in order to perform all of his own stunts. This included a record-breaking hanging suspension stunt performed from the the 21st floor.

The Fantasia Film Festival takes place in person and online from August 5 – August 25


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