How to Steal 2 Million
How to Steal 2 Million is a 2011 South African action drama film, written & directed by Charlie Vundla, produced by Karen E. Johnson, Jeremy Nathan, Mfundi Vundla and Michelle Wheatley and starring John Kani, Hlubi Mboya, Menzi Ngubane, Terry Pheto and Rapulana Seiphemo. The film received 11 nominations and won four awards at the African Movie Academy Awards in 2012, including the awards for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress in a Supporting Role and Best Achievement in Editing.
|How to Steal 2 Million|
|Directed by||Charlie Vundla|
|Produced by||Karen E. Johnson|
|Written by||Charlie Vundla|
|Music by||Trevor Jones|
|Edited by||Garreth Fradgely|
|Distributed by||Indigenous Film Distribution, South Africa|
Interactor Media, USA
|Language||Zulu, English, Xhosa|
|Box office||$2 million|
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A robber gets out of jail after five years, to find that his partner, who never got caught, has married his girlfriend. Desperate for money, he agrees to help his partner rob his partner's father for two million Rand. However the robbery goes wrong, and secret plans come out. As the pressure mounts on them, the tension builds towards the surprising and explosive finale.
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