Subways to premiere at New Capitol Cinemas


Talented local filmmaker, Thabiso Ranthoyakgale’s film Subways, will debut at New Capitol Cinemas February 4, 2022. The film was inspired by his high school journey and experiences.

Subways is a story of the Moloi brothers, Bonno ‘Pablo’ Moloi and Bonolo ‘Skills’ Moloi as they navigate the difficult terrain of making it into the drug trade. After the death of their parents in a horrific car crash infamously known as the flyover disaster, the two brothers get sucked into the drug underworld. The film is a collaboration between local producer Godson Tshipietsile and a host of local stars including the lead actors Lesego Madingwane, Motheo Madisha, Queen Garekwe and Bernad Morapedi who gave their all to bring the characters to life.

This is a compelling story of love, loyalty and most importantly the reoccurring theme is ‘the journey of grief’ that cuts across the four characters. Each of them has something to grief, for the Moloi brothers it is the death of their parents who died in a tragic car crash known as the flyover disaster while for the characters of Tiger and Kandy, they have to deal with the consequences of hatred, rejection and abandonment of their own parents who are still alive.

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