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Influence, the much-anticipated South African documentary about notoriously amoral PR firm Bell Pottinger, opens locally this week
Influence, the much-anticipated South African documentary about notoriously amoral PR firm Bell Pottinger, opens locally this week

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South African film makers Richard Poplak and Diana Neille’s Influence opens in South Africa on Wednesday as part of the Encounters South African International Documentary Festival.

Packed with startling and often shocking details, it profiles “morally slippery” British reputation manager Lord Timothy Bell as he recounts work done by his infamous public relations firm Bell Pottinger, including a campaign run for the Gupta family in 2016.

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