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I think its time Kenya's film making moved beyond the traditional perceptions. To be competitive we need to bring the international feel so that others beyond Kenya's borders can identify with. I haven't seen the film but I hope it is a success. BTW how can one access it if abroad?

Thanks for your comment Habiba. I agree with the perceptions thing and I think films like Nairobi Half Life are showing a contemporary view of Kenya and dealing with universal themes. I believe the film is going to be on DVD soon. I suggest checking out the film's Facebook page for updates: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nairobi-Half-Life/219002748129695

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