The Morning After is the fourth film from the London Film Collective since it was formed two years ago. It's also the latest film from award-winning collective member Pj Harling. Written by... See full summary »
Andrew Lee Potts,
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Andrew Lee Potts,
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2point4 Children is a BBC television sitcom that was created and written by Andrew Marshall. It follows the lives of the Porters; a seemingly average family whose world is frequently turned... See full summary »
Well never having seen a Nigerian movie (even with US financial backing)before this, I have to say my exposure to that country's film-making is best described as "pitiful." Chances are that this situation would have remained but for a late late night screening of RAGE on cable the other week.
I was surprised! No great shakes in the 'cinematic classic' department, it was nevertheless well made and not without interest. A simplistic plot - a young video store assistant finally tires of his treatment by his boss and co-workers and walks out totally miffed. He returns to the store later with his own ideas of how he wants to express himself. No more need be divulged. The acting varies from competent to really quite good. Direction and cinematography are above average and the whole deal rather professional. I have seen mainstream UK and US films way way worse than this little offering.
If you see it around, give it a go, you could do worse.
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