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Discussion in 'AFRICAN MOVIES, TV & WEB SHOWS' started by Kala Lou, Aug 6, 2013.
An issue worth addressing. Looking forward to seeing the film
This issue has been addressed countless of times in kpa kpa Nolly flicks......perhaps this is the first time we'll see it tackled properly in a "real" movie. Being an only child from my moms, I've had some first hand(well second hand..since nah my mom go through am) experience with this issue. An issue very common in Naija society...worth tackling...properly...
Just saw this at the BFI London Film festival... yup old story BUT brilliantly told and shot. Boy the film is sooooo beautiful... and what he did with sound Wow!!
So annoyed that tickets for Half Of A Yellow Sun sold out in like 10 seconds :(
really??? they should hold a second premiere the next day
My sista it's not a premiere... it's the festival screening - just found out they added another venue and it has just one seat left... ticket has gone from £9 to £16. No way, I will go to Southbank for a £10 try-ya-luck ticket lol and if I don't get one I'll wait for the cinema release
ok and at #£10 try-ya-luck ticket
Teehee, well I do like the SouthBank venue
Andrew Dosumu's Mother of George is now streaming on Netflix...you can thank me later.
Will catch it there, but I will NOT thank you!
I'm definitely seeing it
Me I will thank you oh Kala