This film is about two Kenyans - one black, one white. Stanley Kinga was in the Mau Mau, a secret society formed to liberate the country from British colonial rule. Alan Knight, a farmer, was commandant of a prison camp during the Mau Mau uprising. They both found themselves in situations where their consciences were deeply troubled. As the film unfolds, Knight and Kinga share their experiences of forgiveness. They demonstrate that it is possible 'to love thine enemy',and for enemies to become friends.
'This excellently produced film is relevant to the whole of the African continent.' Kayode Soyinka, Publisher, Africa Today
Released in 1998. Running time: 28 mins
Director: Alan Channer
Camera: Mohinder Dhillon
Available from FLT Films
|Year of publication||1998|
|Publisher||FLTfilms - For the Love of Tomorrow|