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Paradise Stop







Paradise Stop is a South African movie produced by Kenneth Nkosi, Rapulana Seiphemo and Jann Turner, with Rapulana and Nkosi as the lead characters, and Turner as the director.

This is the same award winning team that was behind the hugely successful and critically acclaimed romantic comedy White Wedding, which grossed over R1,1 million on its opening weekend on the South African movie circuit.

In Paradise Stop, a clean cop on a backwater beat discovers that the man behind a series of freeway heists is also his only friend in town, the owner of the Paradise Truck Stop.

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This is the story of two friends who live their lives on opposite sides of the law. Potso will only drive if the light is green. Ben (Kenneth Nkosi), on the other hand, will go when it suits him.

In any one month thousands of cargo-carrying 16-wheeler trucks move freight north, bound out of South Africa to Zimbabwe and further into the heart of the continent. Near the freeway that links Johannesburg with the country’s northern border, outside a sleepy town in Limpopo province, is Ben Khumalo’s truck stop Paradise Stop, complete with bar, restaurant, and ladies of the night. Ben maintains that he is a legitimate businessman and his establishment is as sharp and clean as one of his suits. However, round the back and under the table there are all kind of shady deals taking place at this meeting point. Paradise Stop is well known as a hangout for shysters and criminals. Ben is a hustler and he wouldn’t let a little thing like the law get in the way of his own needs or those of his customers.

Ben has a happy marriage and a thriving family. His wife, Goodness (Charmaine Kwenyane), knows that he has a shady past in Johannesburg. She was there, and that was in fact where she met him. But Goodness believes that Ben has cleaned up his act. She would kill him if she knew that he was involved in any dodgy dealings today.

Ben’s friend Potso (Rapulana Seiphemo) is a good cop in a rotten system. He has dedicated his life to upholding the law and to catching the bad guys, but so far the bad guys have always eluded him.

Potso is struggling to keep his crumbling marriage from falling apart altogether, whilst fighting a losing battle against crime and corruption at work.

The delicate balance of things is upset when the General (Vusi Kunene), Ben’s boss from his murky Johannesburg past, shows up in town. The series of heists that ensues pits former friends, Ben and Potso, against one another and put everything in the two men’s lives at stake. Both men are faced with a choice between right and wrong, but when the General threatens Goodness and the children, Ben and Potso have to join forces to protect what really matters to them.

The film is peopled with a cast of eccentric characters who find themselves washed up in this remote town – an arrogant mayor, a spirited small-time gangster’s lackey, an easily beguiled desk sergeant, a simple minded swimming pool maintenance man, and a feisty, sexy security investigator who all become embroiled in a madcap comedy-thriller of errors.



Jann Turner


Kenneth Nkosi
Rapulana Seiphemo
Vusi Kunene
Bonginkosi Thwala
Charmaine Kwenyane
Sonia Sedibe
Madhuvha Madima
Rea Rangaka
Matshepo Maleme
Nick Boraine
Lucky Legodi
Keketso Semoko
Mary Twala

Release Date

March 2011



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