Thursday, October 11, 2007

Kitchen Toto

Kenyan film has made large strides in quality and distribution. Encouragingly also, a growing, cultured middle class is adding to the viability of these efforts.

Still, there's scope for improvement and crucially too for the treatment of subjects such as our history and the social issues that have informed our painful progress through times. The dark days of the Kenyatta government, the hunger and horrors of the Moi years and the increasing unemployment and desperation that collar us to this day are all fertile ground for a wealth of ideas that properly done, would make for great movie experiences.

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