From the archive
This film was last shown on 31 December 2015
Inspiring, moving documentary about a group of young Maasai men who form a cricket team and use the game to educate others and to challenge the traditions of their elders, who fear that modernising will spell the end of the Maasai culture.
The players use their unity on the pitch to reach out to those off it - the women and girls in their tribes who suffer FGM, child marriages and more. By opening up their male-dominated society to the wider world they hope to inspire and change the lives of the next generation of Maasai.
- Barney Douglas
- 87 mins
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