The screenwriter produces enjoyable moments of the Bini Culture and while a little splash of culture always offers tangible viewing “Esohe” gathers too many complications.
It is the “reincarnation and reunion” of Ifagbai, the son of Eghosa, the Oba’s warrior and his long-lost lover Esohe.
Cinematography is crisp and beautiful; set in a local Ghanaian area, the cinematographer does a beautiful job of capturing the town with all its features. Sound is smooth and great in this film. Generally, it has all the elements of a fantastic film- Great story, great acting, great cinematography and fantastic sound.