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Nairobi, Kenya's energetic capital, is home to a massive influx of immigrants, exiles and dreamers. This metropolis of skyscrapers and slums is the backdrop for an absorbing tale of two clashing worlds. Perhaps no one understands the fragile intersection between traditional and modern life better than Moses ole Samante. An ambitious young Maasai, he runs a successful safari business from Nairobi but works hard to maintain his village ties.

  • 2010
  • 00:43:04
  • 13-14
Visual Arts, Entrepreneurship, World History
Businesspeople, Black -- Kenya [LCSH], Maasai (African people) -- Social life and customs -- Kenya [LCSH], Kenya -- Social conditions [LCSH], Kenya -- Social life and customs [LCSH], Entrepreneurship -- Kenya -- Nairobi [LCSH], Squatter settlements -- Kenya -- Nairobi [LCSH], Social sciences [LCSH], World history [LCSH], Entrepreneurship [LCSH], Arts -- Study and teaching [LCSH], Photography [LCSH], Art [LCSH], Economics [LCSH]
Ann-Marie MacDonald (Narrator) , Leora Eisen (Director) , Nathalie Bibeau (Producer) , Susan Dando (Production Coordinator) , Peter John Ingles (Production Coordinator) , Paul Morin (Production Coordinator)
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