TITLE – BURSTING OUT
PRODUCER- EMEM ISONG
DIRECTOR- DANIEL ADEMINOKAN
SCREEN PLAY- UDUAK OGUAMANAM
MAIN CAST– GENEVIEVE NNAJI
LOCATION- LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA
DATE OF MOVIE- 2010
MOVIE RATING- 4
REVIEWER- Ajai-Ajagbe Oluwatoyosi
SYNOPSIS- Bursting out is a story about a young lady Zara (GENEVIEVE NNAJI) who is the CEO of her consultancy firm. She is a hardnosed workaholic who is always single because she is too busy for love. She doesn’t believe in falling in love, having fun and getting married. Her friends Kena (NSE IKPE-ETIM) and Ini (OMONI OBOLI) both have men and are constantly bugging Zara to get a man, all efforts always proved abortive. Kena and Ini called Zara the president of the single ladies club.
They would plan lunch dates with her so as to hook her up with different men but Zara always cancel the lunch dates. On one occasion she met this guy Tyrone (MAJID MICHEAL) and they started a love affair
ELEMENTS OF PRODUCTION
LIGHTINING- There was no special kind of lightning used here, the lights were just okay.
PICTURE QUALITY- The picture quality of this movie wasn’t the best at all, it wasn’t clear and did not do justice to the movie.
CAMERA SHOTS- Different camera shots were taken like
Close up shots
Extreme close up shot
CAMERA ANGLES – Some camera angles were used in the movie like
The set, the continuity process, camera shots, angles and movements were very good and impressive. GENEVIEVE NNAJI and MAJID MICHEAL both did great jobs in both roles and the movie was well executed. The director made good use of the timing system and unnecessary shots and scenes were not added to prolong the time of the movie. The lighting system and the sound system were very poor.
I was a little disappointed because the story line was so plain/ ordinary and nothing different from what we have seen before. I can say that this movie is proves that love is a force beyond all others. To me “Bursting Out” is a typical love story like every other Nollywood movies.