Izu Ojukwu’s ’76 left me with mixed feelings. The movie set in 1976 as the title implies tells the story of love and betrayal in the midst of war. Captain Dewa (Ramsey Nouah’s character) and Suzie’s (Rita Dominic’s character) love is tried when he is arrested for his suspected involvement in a coup. Against the background of family pressure, suspicion and a nervous breakdown, Susannah has to decide whether or not to support her husband. Continue reading “Here’s What I Think About Izu Ojukwu’s ’76”
What is truth?
This is the question that Niyi Akinmolayan’s The Arbitration asks, and after watching the film, I’m convinced that sometimes, truth is what we say it is. Continue reading “Niyi Akinmolayan’s The Arbitration.”
This is my first movie review and I’m setting my own standards so please just go with me. I saw Unforgivable (Ainidariji) produced by Dayo Amusa and directed by Desmond Elliot and I can’t stop thinking about it for a number of reasons. It basically tells the story of a woman who is married to an abusive husband against all advice and counsel and pays dearly for it. Continue reading “On Dayo Amusa’s Unforgivable (Ainidariji)”