The first Kenyan film to screen at the Cannes Film Festival, Rafiki follows the story of two teenage girls, Kena and Ziki, whose friendship blossoms into romance and who must then face the hostility of their community.
With great performances and colourful cinematography, Rafiki explores the complexities of forbidden love in modern-day Kenya.
In Swahili with English subtitles.
Screening with the support of the British Film Institute, awarding funds from The National Lottery.
Running time: 1h42, including ads and trailers.
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