Ban on film depicting womena s love story to resume in Kenya
The first Kenyan feature film to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival has gotten overwhelming audience support since a court temporarily lifted a ban imposed by censors over the film's gay content, a lawyer said Friday. "Rafiki" went from being screened once a day in one theater in Nairobi on Sept.
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#1 Sep 29, 2018
"There is no market for homosexual movies in Kenya. Is there value for money in making a homosexual movie that will be watched by 300 out of 44 million people?"
Way to go Kenya!
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