Once considered a “terrorist,” Nelson Mandela saved his country from bloody civil war and dismantled the system of apartheid through the spirit of reconciliation. In this powerful 88 minute documentary produced by agnès films member Carole Wilson, witnesses give dramatic testimonials along with potent archival footage. Clint Eastwood, one of the film’s interviewees, sums it up simply: “The world needs people like him.”
The screening will be on Tuesday, November 16th at 8:30 pm at Los Angeles’s Museum of Tolerance (corner of Pico Blvd. and Roxbury Drive, Los Angeles). There is free parking on site.
Tickets are $10 with 40% student and senior discounts. Click here to purchase tickets. They will also be available at the Museum of Tolerance box office.