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It tells the story of Queen Edwards, a girl born into a decent home where her father's strict nature as well as her mother's ignorance led her into the arms of a maid who lured her into lesbianism.
All grown up now and unknown to her parents, She (Queen) begins having affairs with several ladies and breaking their hearts in the process.
A couple of days ago BN TV had a chat with superstar actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde about her new movie ‘Alter Ego‘, which has since premiered (click here to watch the trailer).
The movie marks Omotola’s return to the movie industry after a 3-year hiatus and in this chat with BN’s Adesola Ade-Unuigbe, Omotola talks about why it took this script to get her back on our TV screens.
Face is optimistic that as an advocacy movie, "Busted" will bring to the fore the evil associated with the practice of same-sex-marriage which alien to African society.
The gripping movie reveals the intrigues of a gay couple's love story.
During this time, some other filmmakers, such as Tunde Kelani and Tade Ogidan tried to make "break away" films, which were supposedly different from the norm.
The now defunct Amstel Malta Box Office production company also made several films with the aim of making a difference.
Since the early 2000s, several discussions and conferences have been held, based on how to revamp the Nigerian film industry and bring about more professionalism like it used to be in the golden era.She also talks about the steamy sex scenes, the strong message about PTSD in the movie, why people should go to the cinemas to watch it and her next projects. Is now official that Nollywood now allows different kind of movies without and regulatory body going through it before is launched to the public. The film is about some group of young girls whom on their quest to make money and own a blackberry bold 5 goes into many evil act..She eventually meets and falls in love with Blessing, another beautiful young lady who willingly surrenders to the same lifestyle due to the peer pressure and for financial gains.
I am sitting in a heap of cushions and pillows as fifteen members of a Nigerian film crew stare at me and wait. All you have to do is give your bank account particulars.
However, all of these films were also produced in the same video format that the other filmmakers used, albeit with quality stories and better directions.