Ebony Life Film’s soon to be released film “Òlòtūré” will be tackling the scourge of human trafficking and other vices. It is certainly one to watch out for.
The film is about a naïve undercover journalist who seeks to unravel the mysteries behind human trafficking. She is soon caught up in the lifestyle of prostitution, working with pimps and befriending prostitutes, until she loses herself to their dark side.
Òlòtūré’s cast includes Omawumi Megbele, Omoni Oboli, Kemi Lala’ Akindoju, Sharon Ooja, Wofai Fada, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Sambasa Nzeribe, David Jones David, Omowunmi Dada, Bukola Oladipupo, Pearl Okorie, and Ikechukwu Onanaku. It is directed by Plateau-born AMAA award-winning filmmaker, Kenneth Gyang.
The film’s executive producer and CEO of Ebony Life Films, Mo Abudu, spoke on the importance of the film, in addressing a vice that is eating into the fabric of society.
“Òlòtūré” explores a world very few people know anything about and had to be dealt with in a particular way. It’s not a documentary, but it addresses real issues most of our society doesn’t see, harnessing the talents of some of the country’s top actors and filmmakers to produce a film that is both intelligent and profound – and breaks bold new genre and stylistic ground for Nollywood”.Mo Abudu
“Òlòtūré” will soon be released in cinemas across the country as well as on online platforms. This is a movie that promises to be different from the everyday Nollywood film in terms of storytelling, production and more.
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