"Crossroads" Go behind-the-scenes of movie featuring RMD, Kehinde Bankole, Damilola Attoh

Written by Tunde Babalola and directed by Seyi Siwoku, "Crossroads" is a star-studded crime drama.

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Etim Effiong and Damilola Attoh on set of Crossroads. play

Etim Effiong and Damilola Attoh on set of Crossroads.

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Seyi Siwoku is working on a new crime drama titled "Crossroads."

Written by Tunde Babalola and directed by Seyi Siwoku of Jungle Filmworks, the movie stars RMD, Kehinde Bankole, Damilola Adegbite, Etim Effiong, Dejumo Lewis, Gideon Okeke, Seun Akindele, Frank Donga, Funky Mallam among others.

play Damilola Attoh and Dejumo Lewis in "Crossroads."

 

The movie follows the story of a senior police detective, who has to swim against the political tide and through murky waters to crack a robbery case on the eve of his retirement.

play Dejumo Lewis


Synopsis:

Assistant Commissioner of Police, Kilano, gets a call from State Police HQ informing him that the young and beautiful wife of Senator Bamisaiye, Temi, has just been robbed.

Along with his assistant, Superintendent Dare, Kilanko heads over to the Senator’s house to take a statement from the victim.

It isn’t long before the four male suspects are apprehended and arrested. The four detainees all proclaim their innocence to deaf ears.

One by one, they are interrogated by Kilanko, alongside the brutal police interrogator Abacha. When Temi identifies her stolen property, it seems that this is a classic open and shut case.

play Damilola Attoh

But Kilanko's police gut instinct is not buying the guilty verdict placed on the four detainees. He decides to pursue an alternative line of investigation, which leads him on a collision course with his successor, the high-flying and ultra-ambitious Chief Superintendent Iitire, who believes that Kilanko is old-school, an archaic dinosaur who should have long been put out to pasture.

With Kilanko’s retirement fast-looming and the politics of police operations tying his hands behind his back, he has precious little time to crack this last case and save the four detainees, whom he perceives as being innocent until proven guilty.

play Cast of "Crossroads" visit Commissioner of Police

 

On June 19, 2017, cast and crew members of the movie paid a courtesy visit to the Commissioner of Police of Lagos State, Fatai Owoseni, who shared insights and procedures of The Nigeria Police Force to aid the production of the movie.

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