The documentary features some Africans talking about their perception of kissing.
A short documentary about Africa’s kissing culture made by Ken Saro Wiwa‘s daughter, British Nigerian writer, film-maker, Zina Saro-Wiwa, has put the spotlight on how Africans kiss.
It is a popular narrative that Africans are averred to public display of affection traditionally. So, the documentary made in interview style featured native Africans, mostly young and middle aged, residing in America describe their perception of kissing in Africa, and how they like to be kissed.
The documentary plays up the sustainability of the culture among young Africans and the answers gotten were revealing, thoughtful, and hilarious!
The documentary comes an excerpt from a documentary project and video installation commissioned by The Menil Collection in Houston, TX, for the ongoing Progress Of Love exhibition, which is a collaborative project between The Menil Collection, the Centre for Contemporary Art, in Lagos, Nigeria, and the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts in St. Louis.
Think of it, how do you want to be kissed?
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