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October 1 (2014)

PG-13 | | Thriller | 3 October 2014 (Nigeria)
As Nigeria prepares for independence from the British in 1960, a seasoned police detective rushes to find the serial killer slaughtering its native young women.

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Credited cast:
Femi Adebayo ... Banji
Ademola Adedoyin ... Prince Aderopo
Kayode Aderupoko ... Seagent Sunday Afonja
... Agbekoya
Abiodun Aleja ... Olaitan
... Chief Supretendent Fred Ackerman
Kehinde Bankole ... Miss Tawa
Ibrahim Chatta ... Sumonu (as Ibrahim Shatta)
Sadiq Daba ... Inspector Danladi Waziri
Ifayemi Elebuibon ... Baba Ifa
Kanayo O. Kanayo ... Okarfo
Fabian Adeoye Lojede ... Corporal Omolodun
Bimbo Manuel ... Canon Kuforiji
... Father Dowling
... Rupert Winterbottom
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As Nigeria prepares for independence from the British in 1960, a seasoned police detective rushes to find the serial killer slaughtering its native young women.

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3 October 2014 (Nigeria)  »

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1 октября  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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Most of the Ancient materials used in the movie were imported as they were not ready in the country during filming. See more »

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Ba Ko Daya
Written by ' Dr. Victor Abimbola Olaiya'
Performed by 'Dr.Victor Abimbola Olaiya'
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Understated, powerful crime drama with historical flavor
6 September 2015 | by See all my reviews

This was a very character rich film. Not a single scene was wasted. You feel taken by the hand invisibly by the storyteller and shown things that seem unimportant perhaps or out of context at the time, yet slowly but surely build towards powerful scenes and an inescapable conclusion. You don't have to know any Nigerian history to get a sense of the buzz in the air about the country's independence which was being launched at the time this provincial crime investigation takes place. It's also worth noting that the investigation does not rely on common tropes such as what a genius the investigator but rather on an organic navigation through unfamiliar territory and peculiar characters interacting in a fluid, at times comical at times dangerous framework.


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