1 Hr. 35 Min.



3 day rental for $4.99/50% of proceeds help support Milwaukee Film



Pride Month presentation! The first Kenyan film to screen at Cannes, and meanwhile banned in its home country, Rafiki is a tenderly realized tale of forbidden teenage love bursting with bright color. Despite their fathers being political opponents in the upcoming local election, Kena and Ziki have immediate chemistry while bonding over their shared desire to be more than just "typical Kenyan girls." But when word gets out that theirs is more than just a friendship, they must contend with backlash from a town (and country) where such relationships are illegal.


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Milwaukee Film is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to building a robust, community-based film culture in the Greater Milwaukee Area. We seek to support and foster local filmmakers, the local filmmaking industry, and a vibrant community of film fans, audiences, and patrons. In our wildest sunshine daydreams, Milwaukee will become a global center of film culture in which film and shared cinematic experiences are used as tools for entertainment, education, engagement, and community building.

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