Ella Blue, a mini-series set in South Africa in the year 1961, tells the story of a woman's devastating physical, emotional and spiritual journey through the process of race classification and separation under the government's Apartheid regime.
"Ella Blue" turns back the clock to the turbulent early 1960s in South Africa and tells the story of a woman whose life is torn apart by the politics of the day. Darrell James Roodt, who directed the Oscar-nominated film "Yesterday", is at the helm of this production. The title role is portrayed by Natalie Boltt and among her co-stars are Tertius Meintjes, Jonathan Rands, Nico Panagio, Anthony Wilson, Bo Peterson and Sean Cameron Michael. Hein Eksteen wrote the script.