MAIN CAST: FRANCIS ODEGA, STEPHEN ALAJEMBA, BISHOP IME UMOH, JNR. POPE ODOWODO, DEDE ONE DAY
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH, IGBO, PIDGIN.
PRODUCTION MANAGER: CLETUS BENSON
LOCATION MANAGER: SIGNOR NATH NWOKE
POST PRODUCTION: ULTIMATE STUDIOS
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: EVANS ORJI
DIRECTOR: EVANS ORJI (dgn)
MOVIE RATING: 6
REVIEWER: DANIEL EMUAN CHINEDU- 15BE02273
ELEMENTS OF PRODUCTION:
PICTURE: THE PICTURE QUALITY WAS FAIR.
SOUND EFFECTS: POOR SOUND EFFECTS.
CLOSE ANGLE SHOTS
MEDIUM ANGLE SHOT (WHICH WASN’T USED A LOT IN THE MOVIE).
LONG ANGLE SHOTS
The Movie revolves round Mbute, Joshua, Eze and Kampo. Mbute is a welder in the village, he sold all his welding equipment to pay for his trip to South Africa. On getting there, He was given accommodation by Ejike, who happens to be a drug lord. Ejike’s wife doesn’t like Mbute. Mbute starts disturbing Ejike the he wants to hustle and earn money, Mbute was then given a trial in the drug business then he messed up and was sent packing out of Ejikes’s house. Joshua, Eze and Kampo were villagers, who were taken to South Africa to work by another drug lord, Emeka. After refusing to do the dirty work for some time, they finally agreed. As they were given their first job they stole all the money from the drugs then travelled down to their village in Nigeria.
This is a typical Nigerian movie so I guess it was expected, the title of the movie is “Back from South Africa” but they never shot any scene in South Africa, they only tried to make us think they were in South Africa.