To be a Child Again -A short film by Diji Aderogba

Sola

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Okay, this Diji Aderogba boy is someone to keep an eye on. This is a lot done with so little. Beautiful!
 

Village-Boi

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Oga Solaaaaaaaa... weh done for reviving this place...

To Be A Child Again was so much better than 'Victim'... seriously that girl should not be allowed in front of a camera again.... what awful acting!!
Naija filmmakers have improved so much, loving a lot of the stuff coming out of there.
 

Sola

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Naija filmmakers have improved so much, loving a lot of the stuff coming out of there.
If I remember correctly, I used to argue with folks here that the early productions were from the schooling phase, and the students would get better and fresh blood would join and together make better productions. Many have reached that stage now - graduation. Some have failed out altogether. But when things start at the bottom, they can only go up/get better. Time is all it takes.
 

Village-Boi

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If I remember correctly, I used to argue with folks here that the early productions were from the schooling phase, and the students would get better and fresh blood would join and together make better productions. Many have reached that stage now - graduation. Some have failed out altogether. But when things start at the bottom, they can only go up/get better. Time is all it takes.
True. I'm going to post one of the best Nigerian films I've seen. Let me quickly open a thread... if i even remember how to ;)
 

Thickmadam

OHHHHHH YEAHHHHHHHH!!
Oga Solaaaaaaaa... weh done for reviving this place...

To Be A Child Again was so much better than 'Victim'... seriously that girl should not be allowed in front of a camera again.... what awful acting!!
Naija filmmakers have improved so much, loving a lot of the stuff coming out of there.
The girl in victim must still be in drama class.
 

Village-Boi

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Oh TM. for you make I go post one Naija short with kids that CAN act... brb! And no 'dlama skool' for them sef. Natural born 'hactors ni'.
 
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