Ian Roberts (Boet), Norman Anstey (Swaer) and Fats Bookholane (Mogae) first brought these characters to life in the Castrol advertisements in the late 80's and now these folk heroes return in this dyed in the wool homegrown comedy. Also starring Jack Parow, Tammy-Anne Fortuin, Hannes Muller and Wynand van Vollenstee. In cinemas 2 August.
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