Everything in life plays out like a movie. When we watch a movie we argue and question if it can happen for real. We feel it more when it’s tagged TRUE LIFE STORY. Truth is; everything scripted, acted and produced is a reflection of what some people are going through or have experienced. Movies are beyond the pictures, the faces captured and the voices we hear. THE MESSAGE triumphs over other factors.
Last week, a friend of mine and colleague told me about a movie (from the stable of Forever Movies Studio) titled “MORE TROUBLES”.
The movie was premiered on the 1st of January, 2017 at the KOBB Civic Center Polo Park Shopping Mall Enugu, graced with a huge crowd and audience. My curiosity was fed enormously as the movie encapsulates brief but fantastic dialogues, a story line that depicts originality in all its form, and a great cast such as Bob Manuel Udokwu, Emma Emordi, Sochima Ezeoke, Emeka Onu, Stella Ikwuegwu and a host of others. The highly educative and inspiring movie was directed by Haggai Nwokolo and produced by Sylvester Ogakwu.
More Troubles, a movie shot in the suburbs of Enugu and Koggi State; captures the essence of life and its challenges. It reveals the untold stories and experiences of most easterners who return to the east after being displaced from their established homes due to the Northern crisis. The truth and reality of what Nigerians are currently facing was creatively disclosed. Even though it’s a Christian movie, it tickles the fancy of both Christians and non-Christians. It speaks not about our diversity but the strength in our unity. I advocate you watch this movie as it has a lot to offer beyond suspense and entertainment.
Don’t forget, the beauty of life can be explored in several ways; through movies, music, reading, personal experiences and that of other people. With movies, life is being revealed on the big screen.Therefore, always look out for movies that will tell you about your root, inform you about the issues around you, and can change your perception of life for the better. Remember; time is golden, always make it count.
DISCLAIMER: This is not a movie review but a heartfelt article about a movie that has touched lives in many ways.
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