Filmmaker Vigil Chime showcases new drama movie about greed and peer pressure in Nigeria.
The movie made its debut at the Safehouse on September 3, 2016.
“The Color of Rage” written and directed by Chime stars Chucks Chyke, Nita Byack George, Titi Joseph, Empress Njamah, and Paul Sambo.
The screening was attended by the film’s director, its lead actors as well as executives from various industrial sectors.
The movie is a drama exhibiting just how far people will go when they are desperate for something. Here’s a breakdown of what the film is about:
“The movie tells the story of a married couple, Maureen and Hilary, who are under pressure from various quarters. Maureen is being tormented by the young and beautiful Uche who will stop at nothing to have Maureen's seemingly perfect life. Hilary is being blackmailed by Presley, a ruthless individual who seems to know everything about him, and the double life he is living. Blinded by arrogance and hubris, Uche and Presley fail to see the color in the hearts of those they are harassing changing from calm to red, which is also the color of rage and of something else ... blood”.
It was produced by Pever Bem for Breakfast Pictures. “The Color of Rage” is scheduled to premiere in Harlem, New York in November 2016.
One of the lead actors Njamah who kicked off in the 90s is known for staring in movies like “Missing Angel”, “Liberian Girl”, “Red Hot”, and “She Devil”.
The film director, Chime is also known for writing and directing several films including "Honeysuckle", "African Dilemma", "African Youth" and "Manchester Bound".