Women undercover: The five apartheid spies who inspired Thebe Magugu's 'Counter Intelligence'

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Directed by Kristin-Lee Moolman and styled by Ibrahim, Counter Intelligence is fulfilled through a series of interviews that Magugu conducted with women spies who worked for and against South Africa’s Apartheid regime.
Directed by Kristin-Lee Moolman and styled by Ibrahim, Counter Intelligence is fulfilled through a series of interviews that Magugu conducted with women spies who worked for and against South Africa’s Apartheid regime.

Inspired by the surveillance feel of CCTV footage, the film unfolds in a grainy texture, narrated with extracts from Jonathan Ancer's book, Betrayal: The Secret Lives of Apartheid Spies

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