Review: Kati Kati, 2016, dir. Mbithi Masya


Let’s hear it for remotely reviewing movies playing at out of state film festivals! Especially good ones, a’la Mbithi Masya’s Kati Kati, which I kinda wish was a little bit longer but which still plays beautifully at less than an hour and twenty minutes! Just describing the premise – a woman wakes up near a small residential complex with no memory of how she got there, only to find out that she’s dead – sounds like spoilerville, but you learn about the mortal weirdness within the film’s opening minutes. It’s the stuff that comes after that should be savored with as little forewarning about content as possible. Good stuff. Check my review for The Playlist for further thoughts and musings




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