Breaking Free did a good job of bringing to life, an old story that has a lot of relevance and currency. With the Yahoo plus, drug pushing and ‘pant for Benz’ narratives among the millennials, the issue of ritual killing brings another dimension that we like to wish away, but still lives with us. Nigeria is replete with stories of unusual deaths and inexplicable wealth, making a mockery of hard-working people. The earlier we use narratives from movies like this to present life as collection of cause and effects, the better for us.
Ramsey Nouah, is on the trail of an impostor in a new Nollywood comic thriller titled ‘Crazy People.’
The 2017 edition of the Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) came to a spectacular close with the presentation of the Globe Awards at the Eko Hotel Convention Center, Lagos on Saturday.
Ramsey, with his role in “Body Language”, proves that he has perfected longevity with training and dedication.
A total stranger, who has been hunting for the killers of his daughter, discovers the secret of this stripper, who lives beyond her means...
The film offers the type of experiment that is rarely executed in Nollywood.
Ramsey Nouah: There Is No “New Nollywood”
Ramsey Nouah plays the kind of role that launched him to prominence and he does an incredible job of it.
You need great patience to watch a two cast film but Ramsey Nouah makes it worthwhile;