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Monday, January 9, 2017

Impango (1982)



When a wealthy business man's wife is abducted by three thugs looking for a R20'000 ransom fee, the man will have to play a very clever game if he hopes to ever see his wife again. But in the end, his wife proves to be a resourceful and resilient woman, saving her husband's life in return when it seems he may just be killed for his bravery. The leader of the thugs is sent to prison, but with only one of his men dead, it's anyone's guess where his other henchman has disappeared to.


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