My First South African Film

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The film is inspired by Kyudo (the Japanese archery) and the Zen philosophy, starring some of the best young South African actors.
The crew is made up of talented and dedicated people from different African and European countries.

“Two Arrows” tells a very unusual love story.
A famous South African author is offered a fortune by a rich American to turn his memories into a novel.

As the woman from the story takes shape, the writer realizes he needs to face his past…
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Story Synopsis

Felix is a famous South African novelist.

These days he has retired from the outside world.

He is living in his own Universe and is generally feeling very zen.

Except that he can’t write a good story anymore.

Until one day, a rich American, Jason, arrives at his house as he is practicing kyudo.

Jason offers him a lot of money to write a novel which would be based on Jason’s love story with his wife.

He starts sending him letters with his memories. At first Felix refuses to tell his story in a book but later he starts reading the letters and decides that they would make a great novel.

And just when he feels that his inspiration has come back, Felix finds out that the story is about Jason and his wife, Alice, who happens to be Felix’s ex-wife.

Felix tries to destroy Jason’s letters and the novel but there is one letter from Jason to Alice that Felix has not read, in which Jason asks her to keep the letters as a memory of their love and reveals that he has cancer.

Felix realizes that this is his chance to apologize to Alice for what he had done to her in the past, so he saves Jason’s letters and publishes the novel.

In the end Alice and Felix meet at the book’s launch.

Please support my film at:
https://igg.me/at/2arrows/x/16922518

Every share would also be highly appreciated!

Thank you good people 🙂

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