If I could put this film in a genre I would call it a cerebral thriller. It was so intelligent. It is literally a Black person's worst nightmare, and as a viewer I hoped for once that we would take justice into our own hands.
Keng’s Kitchen reconnects the future generations of Cameroonian immigrants in the diaspora to their ancestral roots using the best Cameroonian food possible.
The movie marks a milestone for Black representation both behind and in front of the camera. It brings out some resonance to the events that are impacting us now.