Video Report On World Premiere Of Kenyan *Superhero* Drama 'Leo' In Nairobi

From Shadow and Act Sun Dec 2 2012, 17:09:32

Recapping... Directed by Jinna Mutune, the film is titled Leo, a film about a Kenyan boy who dreams of becoming a comic book superhero... Though the boy ends up realizing that there's more than one way to be a superhero. The film's website had this as an official synopsis: ... a charming and beguiling adult fairy-tale set in Nairobi, a Metropolitan City in Kenya that is a melting pot of East African culture, art, politics and commerce. It is a story about Maasai boy, raised in a low-income home, achieving his dream against all odds. LEO is a simple story that captures the essence of a child's heart still open to all the posssibilities of achieving his...

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