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Togetherness Supreme (2010)

Unrated | | Drama | 5 October 2010 (Canada)
In the midst of ethnic and political strife, a young artist struggles to use his art for change.


Nathan Collett
2 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »


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Credited cast:
Wilson Maina Wilson Maina ... Kama
Geoffrey Jefferson Ong'ong'o Geoffrey Jefferson Ong'ong'o ... Otieno
Martha Kisaka Martha Kisaka ... Alice
Chrisphine Onyango Chrisphine Onyango ... Masher
Peter Chege Peter Chege ... Mwangi
Teddy Onyango Teddy Onyango ... Peter
Owino Kotieno Owino Kotieno ... William
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Billy Oloo Billy Oloo ... CJ


Based on true events and the ethnic conflict that tore apart a country. TOGETHERNESS SUPREME is the story of Kamau, an artist, searching for change in the midst of ethnic tension in the slums. Kamau goes against his father and his tribe to join the other side with his friend Otieno. Kamau and Otieno fight for political change for those living in dire poverty. After a presidential contested election, the slums erupt in violence and Kamau's world is tore apart. Written by Hot Sun Films

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Three youth, three tribes, one mega slum. See more »






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Swahili | Kikuyu | English | Spanish

Release Date:

5 October 2010 (Canada) See more »

Filming Locations:

Kibera, Kenya See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (RCA Sound System)



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Powerful docudrama of life in a Nairobi slum at the time of the Kenyan post election violence
6 January 2011 | by mukinduSee all my reviews

A powerful docudrama that gives the audience insight into the every day life in Kibera, a large slum in Nairobi, Kenya. Kamau, an artist, and Otieno, an activist share a dream for a better future for all. Yet they are also rivals for Alice, the pastor's daughter. Kamau is conflicted because he fears revealing his tribal identity. He is also in conflict with his father, who represents the older generation which is firmly entrenched in tribalism.

The tensions between different tribal groups and the attempts to bring unity are placed in a balanced perspective, that offers the possibility of hope and reconciliation, even after the devastating violence following the Kenyan presidential election of December 2007. Outstanding performances by all of the non-professional cast. Cinematography that pulls the viewer into the beauty within the slum. Wonderful music and soundtrack using local musicians. Highly recommended for all audiences everywhere.

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