The highly anticipated film directed by Niyi Akinmolayan premiered last Friday, September 18 at Silverbird Galleria, Victoria Island.
Pulse readers say they can’t wait to see “Falling" by Uduak Isong Oguamanam. On Wednesday, 16 September, 2015, we asked readers what movie they were looking forward to watching in the ember months and Oguamanam's film was voted for the most.
The options they were given to choose from were "Falling" starring Adesua Etomi and Blossom Chukwujekwu, "Iquo's Journal" starring Kate Henshaw and Femi Jacobs, "Miss Teacher" starring Chika Ike and Joseph Benjamin, "The First Lady" starring Omoni Oboli and Yvonne Jegede and "A Soldier's Story" starring Tope Tedela and Linda Ejiofor.
“Miss Teacher” and “A Soldier’s Story” tied with the least votes at 6.7%, “Iquo’s Journal” received 13.3% of the votes, “The First Lady” took 33.3% of the votes while “Falling” came in tops, sweeping 40% of the votes.
The highly anticipated film directed by Niyi Akinmolayan premiered last Friday, September 18 at Silverbird Galleria, Victoria Island. Asides from Etomi and Chukwujekwu playing lead roles in the movie, the romantic drama also features Kunle Rhemmy, Deyemi Okanlawon, Kofi Adjorlolo and a cameo appearance from Desmond Elliot.
Here's a breakdown of the synopsis:
A young couple are happily married and madly in love suddenly find their ‘for better, for worse’ vow is put to the test when the husband suffers a terrible accident which leaves him in a coma for months. Torn between holding on to faith and pulling the plug on her husband, the woman turns to the doctor for emotional & financial comfort; an action with consequences capable of shattering their lives and all they hold dear.
Watch the film trailer for "Falling" here: