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Adesua, Jidekene, Layi Wasabi, Blossom star in Inkblot’s 'Japa!'

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Adesua, Jidekene, Layi Wasabi, Blossom star in Inkblot’s 'Japa!'

The film is a co-production between Inkblot Productions and 1POD Pictures. Japa! is a front-row ticket to high drama, unyielding ambition, and quest for a better life all served with a generous dose of comedy.

Filmed in the vibrant city of Lagos, Nigeria, the movie showcases gripping cinematography and storytelling and will be aired exclusively on Amazon Prime in more than 240 countries worldwide.

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Written by Chinaza Onuzo, Tamara Aihie, and Isioma Osaje, who was also the director, the movie features captivating scenes balanced with exciting, suspenseful moments and excellent storytelling at its core.

For “Japa”, some of Nigeria’s versatile and finest actors were enlisted to give life to the script. Adesua Etomi-Wellington, Jidekene Achufusi, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Seun Ajayi, Mofe Duncan, Layi Wasabi, The Igbo Wolf, and many more make up the cast.

"Fam, I am super excited to share that my Official Feature Directorial Debut will be #JAPA! for @InkblotPresents & #1PodPictures. It will be Released Exclusively To Prime Video," wrote an excited Isioma Osaje, who took to her X (Twitter) page to announce her directorial debut.

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Inkblot co-founder Chinaza Onuzo noted that developing and shooting the film from an idea to launching globally on Prime Video was fulfilling and was part of their mission to tell authentic African stories.

"We at Inkblot are thrilled to be introducing audiences to this epic storyline and A-List talent from Nigeria with the imminent release of Japa,” said Onuzo. “We were so pleased to work with Isioma Osaje, a long-time collaborator, on her directorial debut. This is a film we are very proud of, and it presents a great opportunity to continue to elevate Nigerian stories globally with Prime Video.”

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Inkblot continues to blaze the trail as one of Africa’s most impactful production houses. It accounted for the most representation in the most-streamed movies of 2023 on Prime Video with five movies - Big Love, Palava, Love in a Pandemic, The Blood Covenant, and The Set Up 2 - a feat no other studio could pull off in a very competitive year. This highlights the importance of Inkblot’s strong and diverse film slate and strategic release planning.

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