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93 Days (2016)

What happens when the deadliest infectious disease know to man arrives in a megacity with over 21 million people .


Steve Gukas
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Credited cast:
Bimbo Akintola Bimbo Akintola ... Doctor Adadevoh
Zara Udofia Ejoh Zara Udofia Ejoh ... Nurse Justina Echelonu
Keppy Ekpenyong-Bassey Keppy Ekpenyong-Bassey ... Patrick Sawyer
Charles Etubiebi Charles Etubiebi ... Bankole Cardoso
Danny Glover ... Dr. Benjamin Ohiaeri
Somkele Idhalama ... Doctor Ada
Somkele Iyamah-Idhalama ... Dr. Ada Igonoh
Seun Kentebe Seun Kentebe ... Godwin Igonoh
Alastair Mackenzie ... Doctor David Brett-Major
Bimbo Manuel Bimbo Manuel ... Wasiu Gbadamosi
Charles Okafor Charles Okafor ... Afolabi Cardoso
Gideon Okeke Gideon Okeke ... Dr. Morris Ibeawuchi
Sola Oyebade Sola Oyebade ... The Ambassador
Tim Reid ... Dr. Adeniyi Jones


When Patrick Sawyer, a Liberian-American collapses upon arrival at the Murtala Mohammed International airport in Lagos, Nigeria. he is taken to Fiest Consultants Hospital, where he is admitted with fever like symptoms. Against his denial of contact with any Ebola victim in Liberia, the team at First Consultants, led by doctor Stella Ameyo Adadevoh, quickly deduce that there is more to his case than malaria. Suddenly they are in a race against time to to contain a very deadly disease from breaking out and spreading in a mega city with a population of over 20 million people and beginning what could be the deadliest disease outbreak the world has ever known. Written by Steve Gukas

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what happens when the most lethal and contagious disease known to man arrives in a mega city of over 20 million people?





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Release Date:

24 April 2016 (Nigeria) See more »

Filming Locations:

Lagos, Nigeria


Box Office


$1,500,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Its depict a real outbreak of Ebola virus in Lagos,Nigeria. See more »

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One of Nollywood's Best Movies Thus Far
20 September 2016 | by omar-alikajSee all my reviews

As a half-Nigerian, I'd grown up with Nollywood movies, and majority of them, with an exception to one alien-themed budget film, were terrible. From the previous decade, Nollywood movies, at least those I saw on local channels and "Africa Magic", are of three varieties: Wrath and fall of backstabbers... with a bit of Missionary help by the climaxes, village-themed, and comedic movies featuring the same two dwarf actors... which includes Osita Iheme. As you might realize, due to the same Nollywood formulas over and over, I really got sick of watching Nigerian movies altogether.

But then, "October 1", and this movie, "93 Days", along with trailers for older movies, surprised me, and didn't. I was surprised that Nollywood movies started to feel world-class, to the point of competing with foreign films. On the other hand, I wasn't surprised because I knew we could do it. It even showed on our music industries years back.

This movie was well-directed and written to the point that I started sympathizing with the Ebola victims being portrayed. The transition from scene to scene felt world-class and, plot-wise, well-connected and well-referenced. The acting were excellent, even typically West African, from the Liberian patient to the cab driver. I also liked the quick information, in the Washington D.C setting, that Lagos being a major travel hub could put many countries at risk with Ebola.

And, unlike the typical Nollywood classics I dreaded so much, which ended in the climax, and offering no resolutions, "93 Days" has a really good resolution. I won't spoil it for anyone, since it's a new movie, but I can say that you must not miss this film. Even get it on Blu-ray or DVD if you must. (Also don't miss the extra scenes, and the photos of the real people the movie portray, in the credits.)

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