The Man Who Drove with Mandela Trailer

The Man Who Drove with Mandela Trailer (1999)

17 July 1999 Factual 82 mins

During the time of apartheid Nelson Mandela drove around South Africa in a limousine disguised as a chauffeur while organizing the armed struggle against the apartheid regime. But who was the distinguished looking white man sitting in the back seat? Meet Cecil Williams, an acclaimed gay white theatre director and communist.

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New Zealand 17 July 1999

United States 17 July 1999

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