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Cast overview, first billed only:
Daniel Parsons ...
Rag
Adedamola Adelaja ...
Tag
Tamsin Clarke ...
Olivia
Geoffrey Aymer ...
Pa Tagbo
Maria Adesioye ...
Ma Tagbo
Enor Ewere ...
Rachel
Chuma Oraedu ...
Xin
Ayo Fawole ...
Olisa
Ikenna 'Macoy' Akwari ...
Ikeora
Rachael Young ...
Heather
Kristian Ademola ...
Wing Tat
Olivette Cole-Wilson ...
Sylvia
Lamarr Nestor-Thelwell ...
Tag - age 12
Chanelle Wilshire ...
Keisha
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Ruqaya
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Raymond and Tagbo met when they were eight. Although from radically different worlds - Raymond/Rag is from a single parent West Indian home, while Tagbo/Tag is the only son of middle class Nigerian parents - they remain inseparable until the cusp of their teens, Social Services take Rag from London. Ten years later, Rag returns to find Tag. They still want to be together. But now twenty-three, their need has shifted into something more urgent and consuming. Other things have changed too. Tag is just finishing law school and discovering how hard it is to find a position. Tag also has a white girlfriend, and since her impressive credentials aren't even good enough for Tag's father, Rag doesn't stand a chance. Rag sees even less room for himself in Tag's life when Tag's friend Olisa flies into London. Young, rich and shady, Rag knows Olisa is trouble. When Rag and Tag are invited to Nigeria for Olisa's Chieftaincy ceremony, Rag is determined to save Tag from his machinations. In this ... Written by Anonymous

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Excellent Film
20 August 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

We have become so accustomed to one way of directing/producing a film. I believe that a film has to be reviewed based on it's own merit, not some made up standard.

This was a great film. A very simple storyline that provides a glimpse into the past to two boys (with many unknowns).. then the twists and turns that surround their reunion as grown men.

I especially enjoyed that many vague points or events where many viewer made assumptions that were clarified at the end. That, in itself, was very creative. As well, we have a credible view into another culture.

Well done! So different from anything I've ever scene.


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