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ItÍs December 27th, 2007 in Kisumu, Kenya. People have taken to the streets to protest the questionable results of the presidential election. Jeff, a humanitarian worker burnt-out from his job and estranged from his wife, finds himself trapped in his hotel room due to the riot occurring outside his window. Hearing screams, he pulls in two Kenyan women who will forever change his life.
Jeff (Mike Ware) embraces his wife Nancy (Claire Bowerman, right)
Kioni (Ama Brown, left) holds off her sister Louisa (Mahoghany Ayot Eerised)
Kioni (Ama Brown, left) wishes her sister Louisa (Mahoghany Ayot Eerised, right) would return to their Kenyan village
Kioni, played by Ama Brown, pleads for her sisters’ lives
Kioni, played by Ama Brown, pleads for the lives of her sisters
Louisa, played by Mahoghany Ayot Eerised, clutches a dress found during the riot
Louisa, played by Mahoghany Ayot Eerised, reaches out for help
Louisa, played by Mahoghany Ayot Eerised, stares down her sister
Nancy, played by Claire Bowerman, worries over her husband_small
The cast of ‘Passport’, (L-R) Nancy (Claire Bowerman), Kioni (Ama Brown), Jeff (Mike Ware), Louisa (Mahoghany Ayot Eerised)