"76" Go behind the scenes of war movie starring Ramsey Nouah, Rita Dominic, Chidi Mokeme

"76" follows a soldier who gets accused of being involved in the 1976 unsuccessful military coup and assassination of General Murtala Mohammed, and his heavily pregnant wife.

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Rita Dominic and Ramsey Nouah in "76"

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Watch behind-the-scenes of "76," an upcoming Nigerian historical fiction drama film directed by Izu Ojukwu.

The anticipated movie stars talented actors like Ramsey Nouah, Rita Dominic, Ibinabo Fiberesima, Chidi Mokeme, Memry Savanhu, Adonijah Owuruwa, Daniel K. Daniel, Nelly Ekwereogu and Shuaibu Ebenehi Adams.

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Ramsey Nouah and Chidi Mokeme on set of "76"

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Rita Dominic who stars in the movie as Suzie, took to Twitter to share a behind the scenes clip which can be watched below.

 

Synopsis:
Six years after the civil war, a young officer from the middle belt gets entangled in a romantic relationship with a beautiful O-Level student from the Southeastern part of Nigeria.

Their budding romance was almost ruptured by endless military postings. Now heavily pregnant her walls came crumbling when the news of her husband's involvement in a botched coup attempt hits the headlines.

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Behind the scene of "76"

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'76' celebrates the quality of the true African woman by exploring the usually invisible pain of a soldier's wife; it highlights the enduring Nigerian cultural values of courage, resilience, patience, loyalty, faith and family. It is visually pure, emotionally engaging and amorously therapeutic.

Produced by Adonaija Owiriwa and Izu Ojukwu, and directed by Ojukwu, the story in the film is told from two points of view: that of a young pregnant woman, and that of her husband, a soldier accused of being involved in the 1976 military coup and assassination of General Murtala Mohammed.

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