An Oscar winner for Best Foreign Film, Tsotsi (played by Presley Chweneyagae) depicts six days in the life of a young South African gangster. Tsotsi shoots a woman to steal her car, but then realizes there's a baby in the back seat. He decides to keep the baby and while he feeds it, cares for it and carries it around, he grows attached. He also forces Miriam, a nursing mother, to feed the baby. Tsotsi doesn't become a hero, but he is emotionally affected by caring for the child. His nickname Tsotsi means thug, but his real name is revealed as the plot unfolds and he distances himself from his criminal lifestyle.