Film Night | Gun Runners
presented by the Port Moody Film Society
November 09, 2018 7:30 PM
In 2006, two former Kenyan tribal warriors and cattle thieves in an amnesty program traded in their guns to become marathon runners. The director met Julius Arile and fellow former cattle rustler Robert Matanda at the Tegla Loroupe Peace Race, created to reduce tension among rival tribes in northern Kenya. The film follows the men over 10 years, through training and races, and documents how their lives diverge.
Documentary | Canada | No Rating | 89 minutes
Admission: At the door, Member Admission $5, Membership $5 a year.