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Indemnity – Watch the new trailer for the South African action-thriller

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The new trailer for Travis Taute’s (Netflix’s BLOOD & WATER) feature debut, Indemnity, has been released.

Starring SAFTA-award winner Jarrid Geduld (ELLEN: DIE STORIE VAN ELLEN PAKKIES), Nicole Fortuin (FLATLAND), Andre Jacobs (BLACK VENUS), Gail Mabalane (BLOOD & WATER), and Tshamano Sebe (THE SOUL COLLECTOR).

It follows an ex-Cape Town fireman (Jarrid Geduld) whose world is rocked when he wakes up next to his wife’s dead body with no recollection of what transpired and all evidence pointing to him as the killer. Labeled the prime suspect, Theo quickly finds himself hunted by sinister forces and a notoriously ruthless deputy chief of police and embarks on a breakneck mission to uncover the truth behind his wife’s death before a terrifying conspiracy changes the course of a nation forever.

INDEMNITY is the latest from Cape Town production studio Gambit Films, producers of BLOOD & WATER and instrumental in bringing South African genre cinema into the mainstream. The film marks the feature debut of writer/director Taute, co-writer of Nosipho Dumisa’s award-winning NUMBER 37 and co-director of the short that preceded it by the same name, as well as a writer and director on BLOOD & WATER. Reaching a whole new scale of production for South African action films, INDEMNITY’s lead, Jarrid Geduld, spent three months training with stunt masters Vernon Willemse and Grant Powell (MAD MAX: FURY ROAD, TOMB RAIDER) and performed all his own stunts, including a record-breaking hanging suspension stunt performed from the 21st floor.

Magnet Releasing will release INDEMNITY in US cinemas and on demand February 11, 2022

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