It wasn't just a job, everyone wanted to make a difference - Clint Brink

Clint Brink who plays the role of advocate Adrian Samuels in The Ellen Pakkies Story says everyone in the cast was dedicated to making a difference through this movies.

Advocate Samuels takes on the case of Ellen who killed her drug addict son with the determination to prove that Ellen had no choice.

The Ellen Pakkies story is a real-life story that happened eleven years ago. After being abused throughout her life by her 20-year-old tik addicted son Abie, she strangled him to death.

Emotions were high on set, everyone knew that the stakes were high.

Clink Brink, Actor

READ: In-depth look at the Ellen Pakkies story

Everyone felt like there was something very personal tying them to the making of this film. So it wasn't just a job. Everyone wanted to make sure that every role they played either behind the scenes or in front of the camera had to be of significance.

Clink Brink, Actor

ALSO READ: 'I thought he was going to rape me' - Ellen Pakkies on killing drug addict son

Everyone wanted to contribute to the well being and happening of this film. Everyone wanted their heart and soul poured into this film.

Clink Brink, Actor

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