Wednesday, 22 June 2016


In the modern slum of Kampala city  , Uganda , Betty, a mother of growing two teenagers , suffers silently from her husbands' ignorance of  need for  equal economic rights in the family growth and development , her family encounters  lots  of emotional trauma equally  , resulting from domestic related abuse by her husband as he physically and emotionally  abstract his wife from  participating  in active pay job  in Uganda  , but when life goes to it's extremist , Betty  decides to break her silence.
the story lies on  how Betty , uses romance to stabilize her nearly  socially and economically broken family  to regain her identity as  a married  mother ,  how she does it  , and how her husband responds  to it , is the drama in the movie The water Vendor .

This story  is set in ordinary  location , and its major twist is on emotional Dialogue, with The water vendor Movie , visual expression  of the performer coupled  with  emotionally delivered dialogue  is what keeps us on the screen for 75 minutes .

log line

When Betty finds her self fully confined with emotional trauma , she forcefully , breaks her silence to reveal her real  identity as married ,mother for 20 years  . 

Friday, 25 July 2014

Synoposis / short story

In the modern  slum of Kampala  , Uganda , Betty,  a mother of growing two teenagers  , suffers  silently from  her husbands' ignorance for need  of equal economic rights in the family , her family  encounters emotional trauma , resulting from domestic related  violence , but when life goes to it's extremist , she decides to break her silence .

The story  is an emotional drama , characterized of extreme violence , romance and  fantasy . it's set in Kampala city . It's relevance  is to empower women  in fight against domestic  violence  in the region .

It's  an African tale , that exposes  women  struggle against  equal economic  rights in family as one of the loophole  in the  woman empowerment  regional policy,   that might   be accelerating   domestic violence  in  the Ugandan community  .

According to 16th annual human right report, of the Uganda Human Right Commission, (2013) ,Section 2. Chapter 5, under the subject of Emerging Human Rights Concern in the region, sub – subject of Increasing Incidences of Murder in Uganda,  

Domestic violence has been cited as a continuous increasing type of crime against humanity for some time in Uganda now, however, in the same report; children have been noted as advanced victims of the cause.       .