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3 Reasons Why You Should See Living In Bondage: Breaking Free

Classics have a way of etching their essence in our memories and the very first Living In Bondage, released in 1992, seems to do just that.

The successes it enjoyed was in part due to the lessons it instilled and in part due to the talent and production crew on display.

Featuring Francis Agu, Grace Ayozie and many others, the movie is regarded as the key piece, in the founding of Nollywood which is now a billion dollar industry.

Thus, it is no wonder that the remake by Rasmsey Noah which premiered on Saturday, November 2, 2019, would in all indications, be worth the hype.

The movie would be hitting VIVA Cinemas for the advanced screening on Wednesday, November 6, 2019, and here are 3 noteworthy reasons why you should see one of the most anticipated Nollywood movies of 2019.

Living In Bondage: Breaking Free

 

A Blend Of the Old and The New

Just about every time we have a mash up of classic and current actors on the Nigerian movie scene, we often get treated to an overall delicious movie experience.

Think about movies like Wedding Party (Starring Sola Sobowale/Adesua Etomi ) or King of Boys (Starring Jide Kosoko/ Sharon Ooja) and others.

This blend of novelty and experience often grinds out the kind of content that we love to see – which is why Living In Bondage: Breaking Free, starring actors like Kanayo O. Kanayo/Nancy Isime is a must watch for everyone.

 

Ramsey Nouah’s Movie Directorial Capacities

Ramsey Nouah Director, Living In Bondage

Ramsey Nouah has starred in a whole bunch of movies many of which were well received including movies like Figurine, Weekend Getaway, 30 Days In Atlanta, Merry Men: The Real Yoruba Demons and others.

These movies often featured a directorial prowess that separated them from the regular movie and thus, adding these to the masterful talent and wealth of experience that Ramsey already possesses, it is expected that he would be be able to deliver the goods as always with this movie.

 

The Storyline as it mirrors Nigeria’s Current Realities

Living In Bondage

When Living In Bondage first hit our screens in 1992, it could be argued that the vices that was a central to the movie, ‘Ritual Killings‘, wasn’t as mainstream as it is today.

Making a sequel to this movie, thus reflects that the themes it strove to address in the first release, are still very relevant today, in our everyday discussions, which emphasizes the whole idea of the re-make.

With this movie, we can perhaps glean better insights on ways to tackle this, and other societal ills as this is a major step, necessary for the development of any society.

 

To join the movie train catching, ‘Living In Bondage: Breaking Free‘ check our movie times and you can book your tickets online or head to any of our cinemas, so as not to be left out.

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