June 4, 1990 |
The censors thought Marlon Brando was all wrong as the crusty South African barrister. He met privately with his client. He wore the wrong robe in court. And then he stalked the courtroom like, well, an American lawyer, while questioning witnesses. No respectable barrister would do such things here. But that turned out to be one of the reasons South Africa's censors gave for unbanning "A Dry White Season."