Ayanda (2015), also known as Ayanda and the Mechanic is a South African drama directed by Sara Blecher and starring the lovely Fulu Moguvhani as Ayanda, a character that is both titular and tit-tacular! Ayanda is a young artist, making experimental sculptures that she gets so attached to she has trouble selling them. Tragedy strikes when her father dies and Ayanda, desperate to make something positive come out of her heartbreak, decides to attempt to keep her father’s auto repair shop in business – partially in the traditional way, and partly by making enormous sculptures out of useless cars. Working alongside of her father’s two mechanic employees, she eventually develops a crush on one of these grease monkeys. You’ll be greasing your monkey when you see them laying in bed after a gear grinding session. You’ll see Moguyhani’s magnificent cannie’s as she gets up to get dressed. Though she seems so sweet and innocent, don’t let Fulu fool you – she’s got a darker side. The film is vibrant and vivacious, employing a unique visual style, as well as animations, photo slideshows, and scenes from a documentary that a secondary character is filming. The result is an film that is visually interesting from start to finish, of course any film starring Fulu Moguvhani is going to be visually interesting.