PRODUCER: JOHN OKAFOR
DIRECTOR: ADIM WILLIAMS
MAIN CAST: KENNETH OKONKWO, OMOTOLA JAJADE EKEINDE, EMEKA ROLLAS, JOE NWODO
SCREEN PLAY: ADIM WILLIAMS
MOVIE REVIEWER: OMOIKE TOLUWANI 14BE016609
The movie is centered on two brothers Uzor and Daniel who plan to kill Nduka and take over his wealth. Their plan is interrupted by Naomi, his wife who finds out their dubious ways of stealing money from Nduka. They kill Naomi but her spirit hunts them and would not allow them to rest until they are exposed.
Nduka, (Kenneth Okonkwo) a rich man from Lagos goes to the village to visit his family. On getting there, his uncle leaves his two sons Uzor (Emeka Rollas) and Daniel (Joe Nwodo) in the hands of Nduka to train but the boys have other plans in mind. Naomi (Omotola Ekeinde) his wife who later has a son for him dies two months later owing to the fact that she discovered documents of the dubious acts of her husband’s brothers. She was killed in other to ensure her husband does not find out about the scam.
I do not understand why someone wearing white will not have traces of blood on her garment after being stabbed more than once. The blood on the knife? Was that really blood or tomato paste?
Continuity error: the first scene when Nduka was asked when he was going to get married and the next scene was when he was already married and his wife Naomi was pregnant.
The scene when the brothers met on the road and discovered their secret document was missing. Daniel left his own car on the road and entered Uzor’s car and they went to the house. They came back to meet the car still there. How is that possible?
When Naomi was killed and the brothers were leaving, her spirit came out of her body and started their car. Since when did ghosts start chasing car? I thought they were meant to have spiritual powers.
In all I would recommend this movie who just had a bad day and needs to relax and get back to his/her mood. I RECOMMEND.
Extreme long shots
Extreme close up shots