Even after the recent demise of Daniel Moi, the second and longest-serving President of Kenya, the wounds he inflicted on those who disagreed with him during his rule remain fresh. This is a portrait of one of the victims who underwent physical and psychological torture during the Moi era, and who still feels resentful decades later.
Samuel Wanjohi is a documentary filmmaker based in Nairobi, Kenya. He has diverse skills when it comes to production including video editing, colour correction and audio mixing. He is currently a Content Creator at 98.4 Capital FM, one of the largest radio stations in East Africa. Samuel directed the inspiring short documentary ‘Imara’ in 2017, which has screened in more than 15 film festivals, won the ‘Best Short Documentary’ award at the inaugural Kenya International Sports Film Festival 2018 and received an Honorary Mention at Montreal International Black Film Festival same year. His ambition is to create visuals that are impactful and that challenge traditional narratives of places and people. He is currently building his body of work as a Director & DP.