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MIZIZI - THE STORY OF A MAN STRUGGLING TO DETERMINE HIS SEXUAL ORIENTATION

Gerald Langiri
September 15 / 2015

Mizizi_the_Movie will premiere at Century Cinemax, The Junction on Friday 30th October, 2015 at 5.30pm for only Ksh 1,000. The film will be screened in English. The Film, a Legit production/OFL Group’s creation, follows the remarkable story of a young man ‘Mike’ who is struggling to determine his sexual orientation under the banner of a family with strong Christian values and negative influence from his friend, Laban.

Mizizi

Compelling and deeply human, Mizizi_the_Movie™ seeks to highlight the plight of such people and to get the society to discuss the outstanding matters that arise in the film objectively and to get them to identify with these victims of circumstances.

This premiere is brought to you by Legit Productions and OFL Group as proof of their endeavor to produce inspirational TV/Radio Programs, Films, Animation, Infomercials and Documentaries.

Mizizi_the_Movie™ is a Short Film (Approx 40mins) dedicated to the Kenyan youths who, in the advent of massive technological advancements, intercultural exchanges and modernization, are exposed to social vices that by far contradict the morals of our African and Religious Cultures. It’s a story of a young man ‘Mike’ who is struggling to determine his sexual orientation under the banner of a family with strong Christian values and negative influence from his friends.

Starring: Ben Oyoo as Mike, Lawrence Mwangi as Laban, Chris Kamau as Gerald, Caroline Midimo as Elizabeth, Phillip Githinji as Jack and Fiona Diana as Nikki.

Directed by: Biko Nyongesa

Produced by: Winnie Njoki, Koi Ngunjiri, Njeri Komu. | DOP: Jim Bishop.

Premiers: 30th October 2015.| Time: 5:30pm |  Location: Century Cinemax The Nakumatt Junction| Tickets ksh 1,000.

Watch the trailer of the film below.


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