Thursday, 12 June 2014


Let me start by saying that Nse Ikpe-Etim is one of my favorites across Africa and I always endeavor to watch any movie she features in..that includes coming across the devil in the detail and the cinema was just the ideal place to go..I can't help but say that this movie is 100% on point. What artistic delivery would you expect from a movie that opened with a hot romantic scene? Someone asked at the cinema if she was actually at the right place when she was hearing a loud moan as she approached her sit...

By the way, This movie is for matured viewers because every erotic scene has an interpretation to the entire storyline before you start your sermon about Africa and its culture...They did a good justification to the issues surrounding infidelity in marriage and without doubt, Nse is just a more precise artiste to do justice to it..her words, emotions, body language and carriage...need I say more.

To the Award Winning Director, Shirley Frimpong-Manso..this is just another applaudable effort and as you know, her effort on Potomanto also earned her an AMAA recently..The lighting was perfect and precise for every interpretation and the camera angles and shot was eye-catching..If you still live under the illusion that it is a waste of money going to the cinema to view a Nigerian or an African film like this, perhaps, you need to consider hanging out with a doctor...The movie took control of my emotions, It directed me when to be sad, happy, annoyed and hopeful