Afrikaans Musical. | Pretville. | SO Cool.

Like “Liefling” I’d rather not miss this Afrikaans movie. I happen to think they’re SO cute. Ncoa, this video reminds me of “Grease” and it just so happens that I remain a “Grease” fan until this day.

About Pretville!

Releases:
23rd November 2012

Starring: STEVE HOFMEYR, Mrlee Van Der Merwe, Eugene Jensen, Marno Van Der Merwe, Lizelle de Klerk, Sanet Ackerman

Synopsis: Serah Somers (Marlee van der Merwe) lives in Pretville with her Ouma Sarie (Annette Engelbrecht) and her mother Emily (Sanet Ackermann).Pierre Lukuveer (Terence Bridgett) is both the hairdresser and mayor of Pretville, and the gossip flows thick and fast at his salon, where Ouma Sarie visits almost every day to catch up on the local news.

Frank (Marno van der Merwe) has an eye for the girls and he believed that Serah is his. But when Serah meets Dawid de Wit (Eugene Jensen), the son of a local farmer, they are immediately attracted to one-another. Frank is not happy about this at all, and the battle for her heart begins.

Major pop star Eddie Elektriek (Steve Hofmeyr), who returns to Pretville for the first time in 25 years, meets up with his old flame Emily and it’s clear that they still have feelings for one-another. But will it last this time?

Grieta Geeverniet (Lizelle de Klerk) is pregnant, and everyone in the town wants to know who the baby’s father is.

Roeda Regyt (Rina Nienaber) is a perfectionist who always insists on things being done properly, which means she’s not very popular with the other townsfolk. She’s also a bit of a hypochondriac and is always suffering from some new ailment.

Candy storeowner Lollie le Roux (Lizz Meiring) is mad about all the young men in the town and she flirts all the time. But will she ever find true love?

There’s always something going on in Pretville. If the townsfolk aren’t rocking and rolling on a Saturday night, then they’re celebrating and partying in style.

Pretville opens in cinemas countrywide on 23 November 2012.

Director: Linda Korsten

Producers: Paul Kruger, Linda Korsten

– Sterkinekor.

Cute. Now go watch.

Foolstop.

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