Top 10 Greatest Lesotho Movies of All Time

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1. This Is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection (2019)

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Director: Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese

An 80-year-old widow discovers a new desire to live and inspires the spirit of perseverance in her community as the forced relocation of her village due to reservoir building is threatened. – Lesotho Movies

2. Mother, I Am Suffocating. This Is My Last Film About You (2019)

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Director: Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese

The locals in Lesotho’s dusty streets look at the young woman, who, like Jesus, carries a wooden cross on her back. She turns to face them while gazing at mystically lovely landscapes, a flock of sheep, and a pair of hands that are knitting nonstop.

The black and white and the slowed-down visuals make what she sees more visually precise and abstract, and it is filtered via memories. A raw voice-over arranges the progression of pictures into a cinematic lament, aware that the people it is speaking to are not hearing it.

Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese is successful in chronicling a radicalizing sadness in this essay film, one that gradually broadens in scope from a heartfelt farewell to the mother to a politically conscious departure from the country. From the perspective of today, in exile, in Berlin, the difficult process of changing from an internal image of the little African country to an external one is visualized and remarked on in a highly intimate way.

The passage is accompanied by a lovely angel. This uncommon lament on an African immigrant story shines a light on a taboo area of experience that isn’t just restricted to the movie industry in a powerful, agonizing way. – Lesotho Movies

3. The Forgotten Kingdom (2013)

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Director: Andrew Mudge

A young man reluctantly travels to Lesotho, his ancestral home, to bury his estranged father. While there, he becomes intrigued by the magical beauty and struggles of the people and the place he had forgotten. Atang travels to the isolated, mountainous town where he was born to bury his father after leaving the slums of the major metropolis.

When he befriends an orphan herdsman and is moved by childhood memories, he falls in love with Dineo, who is now a charming young instructor. Atang encounters his bittersweet reckoning through her as he is pulled to the mystical beauty and hardships of the people. – Lesotho Movies

4. American Ninja 4: The Annihilation (1990)

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Director: Cedric Sundstrom

When a foreign nation’s Delta Force unit attempts to flee from a pursuing ninja squad, most of them are slain and the remaining ones are arrested. Colonel Scarf Mulgrew, an anti-American former British police officer who has teamed up with Muslim terrorist Shiekh Ali Maksood and aims to smuggle a suitcase nuclear device to New York, is the leader of the hidden Ninja Army.

If a 50 million dollar ransom is not paid, Mulgrew threatens to burn the commandos alive and deploy the nuclear weapon. To free the detainees and defeat the terrorists, agents Carl Brackston and Sean Davidson are dispatched on a secret mission. Sean and Carl jump in and meet Pango, their contact.

Mulgrew and the dishonest local police force led by O’Reilly confront them as they are interviewing a local informant named Freddie. Mulgrew kills Freddie, but Sean, Carl, and Pango manage to flee.

Pango brings them to Peace Corps nurse Dr. Sarah, who hides them from the authorities. Soon after, ninjas launch an attack, killing Pango but saving Sean, Carl, and Sarah, who are then imprisoned in a former British fort and subjected to Mulgrew’s torture. Mulgrew hits Sarah, and it is later discovered that Mulgrew murdered her father. – Lesotho Movies

5. Cry Freedom (1987)

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Director: Richard Attenborough

The liberal newspaper ‘Daily Dispatch’ in South Africa is led by Donald Woods as its chief editor. After meeting Steve Biko, the author, who has published multiple articles criticizing his beliefs, changes his mind and draws the attention of the security police. He creates a book about Steve Biko when Biko passes away while in police custody. The only way for Woods to get it published is for him to flee the country without permission. – Lesotho Movies


6. Naka la Moitheri (2014)

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Director: Tokoloho Masemene

A metaphorical, poetic, and abstract tale about a unique horn. Even though it appears to be small and unimportant, everyone wants it. It has a lot of supremacy and immortality associated with it. For whatever reason, the chief feels entitled to it. – Lesotho Movies

7. Roof of Africa: The Kiwi Domination (2010)

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Director: Erik Gamborg

The Roof of Africa was created long ago, in a place far away. This race has evolved over the past 40 years from a long-distance competition involving trucks, motorcycles, and buggies into an extreme enduro monster reserved only for dirt bikers. And now, the world’s greatest riders travel to the Kingdom of Lesotho to take on the treacherous terrain in the hope of making history.

New Zealander Chris Birch comes to the Roof this year hoping for a repeat performance. Very few names have ever taken home two victories in succession. However, Jade Gutzeit and Darryl Curtis promise to bring the hammer down because the South Africans hate losing their home ground. Andreas Lettenbichler, the Bavarian Machine, however, make his fighting debut at the Roof.

And with the most talented lineup this competition has ever seen, the stage is now set for a showdown in the Kingdom. Chris Birch, Andreas Lettenbichler, Jade Gutzeit, Darryl Curtis, Louwrens Mahoney, Kyle Redmond, and Rory Mead are among the cast members. – Lesotho Movies

8. A Chip of Glass Ruby (1982)

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Director: Ross Devenish

A husband finds it difficult to comprehend his wife’s desire to be politically involved in apartheid-era South Africa. A spouse in apartheid-era South Africa struggles to comprehend his wife’s desire to be politically engaged. – Lesotho Movies

9. From Trash to Treasure: Turning Negatives Into Positives (2020)

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Director: Iara Lee

Nthabiseng TeReo Mohanela is a designer who creates one-of-a-kind apparel and accessories out of abandoned materials in Lesotho, a highland nation bordered by South Africa. Her initiative, “From Trash to Treasure,” teaches children the advantages of recycling and repurposing.

This short film uses TeReo’s work as a jumping-off point to demonstrate a broader spirit of reimagination among Lesotho artists who employ imagination to address persistent socioeconomic issues: The necessity to end child marriage is demonstrated in films.

Songs about climate change are written by musicians. To preserve endangered tree species, farmers collect their seeds. Fashion designers use their craft to maintain traditional Basotho culture and refute preconceived notions about the continent. – Lesotho Movies

10. The Lost Cause (2016)

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Director: Lebohang Motlomelo

When his brother departs for the Liberation Army camp to carry out his father’s legacy, a youngster finds himself all alone in a prideful, malicious, and terrible world after four years of independence and since his father was captured. – Lesotho Movies