Confronted by Apartheid and a father who was Minister of Censorship, Ingrid Jonker searched for a home, searched for love. With men like Jack Cope and André Brink she found much love, but no home. Later, in his first speech to the South African Parliament Nelson Mandela read her poem "The Dead Child of Nyanga" and addressed her as one of the finest poets of South Africa.
|Production||Arnold Heslenfeld||Executive Producer|
|Production||Frans van Gestel||Producer|
|Directing||Paula van der Oest||Director|
|Art||Darryl Hammer||Production Design|
|Camera||Giulio Biccari||Director of Photography|
|Sound||Philip Miller||Original Music Composer|
|Costume & Make-Up||Rae Donnelly||Costume Design|