IBADAN – The Producer of a debut movie “A silent Cry” (Ekun Asunsinu), Ms Taiwo Adebayo, has described it as a unique and crafted story set capture the attention of Nigerians.
Adebayo, who said this on Thursday at the premiere of the movie in Ibadan, expressed optimism that it would top the indigenous movie chats this year.
“The movie will capture the visual attention of Nigerians, irrespective of tribe, as top notch professionalism was deployed in ensuring sub-titling meet the set standard,’’ she said.
She explained further that the movie was “intricately crafted and delivered with dexterity by the finest thespians in the Yoruba movie industry’’.
Similarly, the Managing Director of Film One, Mr Kene Mkparu, pledged his support to diligent producers with fresh idea whose works speak for them.
“We believe in good organic content whether told in the official or indigenous language that can boost good production values,” Mkparu said.
Notable Yoruba Actors in the movie included Antar Laniyan, Adebayo Salami, Yinka Quadri, Toyin Aimakhu, Ayo Adesanya, Dayo Amusa, and directed by Desmond Elliot.
The story revolves around Tomiwa, led actress, (Toyin Aimakhu), young lady from a comfortable home, who fell into a deceptive net of her lover.
Having committed an act termed as unforgivable by her father, she was thrown into a sea of loneliness to battle the waves of indecision.
The film has been slated for theatrical release on Sept. 5. (NAN)