Florence and her friend Nyasha are two 15 year old girls who live in a little village in Rhodesia. We are in 1975 and the "Chimurenga" (the war for independence) is raging. One night a group of "freedom warriors" come in to pick up volunteers. Florence, who likes action, and Nyasha, the intellectual, decide to enroll. From now on they will be known as "Flame" and "Liberty".

Directed by: Ingrid Sinclair
Written by: Ingrid Sinclair, Barbara Jago
Starring: Dick 'Chinx' Chigaira, Robina Chombe, Sithembiso Gumbo, Jackie Jojo, Marian Kunonga, Norman Madawo, Ulla Mahaka, Moise Matura
Produced by: Simon Bright, Joel Phiri
Original Music by: Keith Goddard

source: http://www.filmscouts.com/scripts/film.cfm?Film=flame

"Police have cleared the makers of feature film Flame of obscenity allegations, and returned rough prints seized last week saying there was no basis for laying a charge of obscenity."
20 January 1996 Herald

"A highlight of the 20th Cape Town International Film Festival from May 31 to June 23, and mainly at the Labia and Cavendish, is the long-awaited African premiere of the ground-breaking Zimbabwean film Flame, directed by Ingrid Sinclair. This movie was the first feature film from Zimbabwe to be invited to this month's Cannes International Festival for the prestigious "Director's Fortnight".
May 17 1996 Top of the Times


source: ZIMMEDIA http://www.zimmedia.com/flame/