Jamal Ibrahim: Baba
Samuel Abiola Robinson: Segun
Ifeanyi Dike Jr.: Uzoma
Crystabel Goddy: Maggi
Omoye Uzamere: Adejoke Adunbarin
This film is about young men who are waiting to go to university. It follows their lives as one tries to become and artist, one attempts to earn his father’s respect, and the last dreams to go to New York. This film looks at the sociopolitical atmosphere in Nigeria while including American influences, too. It is a depiction of Nigeria that has contemporary influences as well as symbolism for Nigerian current events.
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