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Forgetting June

Discussion in 'AFRICAN MOVIES, TV & WEB SHOWS' started by Sola, Apr 19, 2015.

  1. Sola

    Sola Administrator
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    Interesting concept. Majid is overacting in the trailer, but I'm giving it a shot:



    A funny moment on set:



    Netflix's got it HERE
     
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    Waiting for your review. Anything from Royal Arts Academy, I stay far away from.
     
  3. Sola

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    Ah, na wa o. I will give it a shot. I've been in my Nollywood phase for a while, so I'm willing to let some things go, though lack of quality is inexcusable in these times. We made that excuse for Nollywood for years. They need to grow up and get with the programme.
     
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    And you know that age old argument about budget constraints too won't work anymore. I have seen amazing films shot with paper-clip budgets and skeleton crew. I think the biggest problem is that filmmmaking for majority is just a means to an end, a hustle if I may put it that way. Very few are film enthusiasts, cinephilles. I don't know how you can make a good film if you are not an avid film lover.
     
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