From Stephanie Linus’ “Dry”, to “Thy Will Be Done”; Nollywood has showcased some of its finest works this year.This is one year that Nollywood recorded remarkable improvement in their stories, movies, quality of production and general output.
But just before we say goodbye to 2015, what are the must-see movies for the last quarter?
Check out three movies every Nollywood fan should see before the end of 2015:
FIFTY explores the lives of Tola, Maria, Elizabeth and Kate, who must navigate the often messy waters of middle age. Don’t miss this ground-breaking portrayal of African women as they really are – not as the media likes to stereotype them.
Starring: Ireti Doyle, Dakore Egbuson-Akande, Omoni Oboli, Nse Ikpe-Etim, Emmanuel Ikubese, Wale Ojo, Kachi Nnochiri, Kemi Lala Akindoju Special appearances by: King Sunny Ade, Tiwa Savage, Nneka Lucia Egbuna, Femi Kuti and Waje.
Fifty is directed by Biyi Bandele, produced by Tope Oshin Ogun, with Malcom McLean as director of photography. Mo Abudu is the executive producer.
2. A SOLDIER’S STORY
Directed by Ishaya Bako, Road to Yesterday stars the Award-winning actress, Genevieve Nnaji and introduces Nigerian-British actor, Oris Erhuerho. Majid Michel, Chioma ‘Chigul’ Omeruah and veteran Ebele Okaro lead the supporting cast.
Set in Lagos Nigeria, Road to Yesterday is an epic love story, about a couple desperate to mend their marriage on a road trip to a relative’s funeral. However when memories and secrets from the past are revealed, a lot more is at stake than their relationship. Road to Yesterday is set to resonate with movie-goers nationwide.