Siya and Rachel Kolisi adventure into filming. Things is by all accounts going very for the Kolisi family, Siya had an awesome year on the rugby field and he and his significant other Rachel Kolisi have chosen adventure into film.
The pair declared on the online media pages that they are presently chief makers. They have certainly overwhelmed the film creation industry as they have joined forces as leader makers to deliver a film that discussions about an intense issue particularly in South Africa.
The film discusses gender based savagery (GBV) and welcomes mindfulness on the issue the short film is entitled We Are Biting the dust Here.
The short film We Are Passing on Is a variation of a neighborhood stage production of a similar name. Rachel shared a video of herself and Siya during a review of the film's trailer.
She subtitled: "We were unable to be more pleased to have banded together for a short film that is greatly significant and required now like never before.
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