Fahrenheit 2010

64 min - Austalia, South Africa Craig Tanner

In June 2010, the largest international television audience to ever follow a single event will be watching the football World Cup in South Africa but questions are being asked about what will happen after the trophy is lifted - in particular, who actually stands to benefit from the diversion of millions of dollars to build 21st century sports arenas in a country in which, 15 years after throwing off apartheid's yoke, millions live in shacks. International heavyweights like Archbishop Desmond Tutu, construction workers, politicians and sports celebrities wade into the debate. Fahrenheit 2010 exposes the real concerns of ordinary South Africans.