Today's film is Tsotsi, which came all the way from South Africa. Tsotsi means "thug" and is the street name of our main character.
Tsotsi and his friends/fellow gang members live in the worst part of Johannesburg. He lives an aimless live of crime, not caring about anyone. One day, after randomly carjacking a woman's car after shooting her, he drives off. He discovers a baby boy in the backseat.
Tsotsi tries his best to care for the baby, but he has no idea how. He leaves him with some milk, but ants get all over him. Tsotsi finds Miriam, a young woman with baby of her own to feed the baby for him. Meanwhile, he robs the baby's parent's house of their formula and stuff so he can care for the baby. Notice how he doesn't return the baby to the house, he steals the baby's stuff. Does he intend on keeping the baby?
Miriam convinces him to bring the baby back to his real parents. So he does. That's the entire movie. I think the point of the film is for us to see the daily lives of impoverished people in South Africa. It is definitely a different kind of life. It's not a groundbreaking movie by any means, but it was okay. I will give it a 5/10.