I have told myself i would only talk about movies that are worth their salt and i do think this movie is. Although the storyline is nothing peculiar but they were able to do a proper film from costuming to location, set design and sound quality.And i heard most of the costuming and set design was done by Blessing and Omoni the producers, simply amazing cos the quality is superb. Here is the brief synopsis The prince of calabar must choose from three distinctive women who he fancies, set in the 1970's calabar township, the rivals is an epic cultural drama about power, tradition and search for love. Now i do like it that this is in one part as opposed to what we have in many nollywood films, part ones to even part fours, its really terrible and i hope it stops. The Rivals is in just one part and i predict (thats if the film is submitted) that it would be a contender at this years AMAA Awards. Blessing Effiom really did a great job with this and i must commend that you all see it. I also understand it won "Best international drama" at the film festival in new york or so...thats good to know and it also had companies like "Tinapa, oanda filling station, UBA bank supporting the film. This is what we are talking about and this is definitely the way to go. The movie had its low sides like the not so good acting from patricia Leon who acted Queen(wasnt feeling her at all, is it just me, people let me know) and there should have been more content, that would have given the movie more appeal. But all in all good someone is thinking right and this film says so. Congratulations to Blessing Ibiang Effiom and i must say this is certainly the way to go...people like you inspire me cos when i do go into filmmaking proper, i intend doing proper and real films with great storyline and a formidable cast and crew...and i know having a back ground in theatre (school) which am having would go a long way in shaping me up.