Oh my word!!!:action-sm Tunde Kelani, I bow for you. In fact ehn, Outstanding!! The cinematography, the story, the casting, the realism of the scenes, the quality of the detailing!! There are movie makers, and then there are the masters. Uncle Tunde, I bow for you!! Story: Two guys want to marry Awero, a beautiful village wench. She chooses one of them, but then gets raped just before her wedding. What happens? Wahala!! It was soooooo good. So good. When it starts, you wonder, where is this going? But then you get into it. I loved every minute of it. Its dripping rich in culture and authenticity!! I guess its an issue movie - focusing on the issue of virginity tests, and the pressure it puts on women. It is so lush, so beautiful ehn. Chei. My major peeve is that it was done in English. I dunno how Uncle TK can make Oleku in yoruba and make narrow path in English. Why now? That did not make me happy. But despite that, outstanding job. Blows all these qweqwe movies out of the water. Also the ending was kind of anticlimactic. I wanted a little more meat and bones in it. But make no mistake, its not in the league of all the junk out there o. At all!! Rating: 9/10 This is another one I am looking for a hard copy of. I watched it on the African movie channel. They claim that they give back to the producers. I hope they do. But this will most certainly be on my keep list, if only for the cinematography. Its a treasure trove of culture as well. Excellently done!! Me reaaaaallllly likey!