Sincerely Daisy will become the second Kenyan movie to make it to Netflix and will officially premier on the streaming platform come October 9, 2020.
Nick Mutuma shared the good news with his fans across all his social media platform, saluting the cast behind the incredible movie, stating that he is proud to be exporting Swahili to a global platform.
“Kenya is late to the party but we are finally on @Netflix premiering this Friday, 9th October. 🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿 Thank you @startimeskenya for being the driving force behind this film, as well as the cast and crew who worked tirelessly to bring it to life.
Proud of the fact that we’re exporting Swahili and telling our stories on a global platform. 70% of the dialogue in the film is Swahili 😭😭😭🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿 We did it guys! Kenya / Africa to the world! 🇰🇪🇰🇪🇰🇪🦒🦒 @shotbygiraffe” shared Nick Mutuma.
On the other hand, Disconnect becomes that third Kenyan movie to make it to the international streaming platform.
The romantic comedy premiered first in 2018 starring Brenda Wairimu, Nick Mutuma, Patricia Kihoro, Pascal Tokodi, Catherine Kamau, Pierra Makena and Brian Ogola. The movie was produced by Tosh Gitonga of the Nairobi Half-life fame
This is the third Kenyan movie uploaded on the streaming platform this year. Poacher, a film about a desperate farmer who runs into trouble after stealing a stash of blood ivory from a gang of international terrorists starring Brian Ogola, was the first to be uploaded to the platform this year. The movie has been available since September 30th.