One of Kenya's top movies ever made, ''Nairobi Half Life'' marked its 10th Anniversary on Saturday with a screening and a reunion of the cast which took place at the Westgate Mall.
The crime feature film from Kenya premiered on September 2nd, 2012 to packed cinemas in Nairobi, Kisumu, and Mombasa.
Its theatrical run spanned 22 Weeks making history as the first local film to run for more than three weeks at local cinemas, at the time.
The Internationally-acclaimed and award-winning Nairobi Half-Life still hold the record for cinema attendance for a local film in Kenya.
The film which depicts Nairobi's criminal underworld was shot for ''24 hard days'' in parts of Kiambu County, Nairobi's Grogan Road, the then Phoenix Players Theatre, and different parts of the CBD and Nairobi Eastlands.
In attendance was the German ambassador to Kenya Sebastian Groth, director Tosh Gitonga, Mugambi Nthiga, Ojiambo Ainea, Johnson Chege, producer Aj Musira, Serah Mwihaki, Lupita Nyong'o's mum Dorothy Nyong'o and brother Junior Nyong'o.
Nairobi Half-life is a Kenyan drama that featured Mwas (Joseph Wairimu), a talented aspiring actor from upcountry who moved to the City to pursue his dream but instead tribulations forced him to join downtown crooks.
Mwas is then caught up between following his dream and earning fast money.
The movie directed by David "Tosh" Gitonga depicted the harsh reality of life in Nairobi and life in the slums which involves robbery, drugs, prostitution, and the rot in the police system.
Photos captured at the Nairobi Half Life 10th Anniversary.