The movie is a collaboration between Nollywood and Hollywood, and stars Lynne Whitfield, Billy Dee Williams, Brian Hooks, Pascal Atuma, Oscar Atuma, among others.
Nigerian music superstars Phyno, Kcee and Harrisong are set to light up the movie media release party alongside celebrity Host Ali Baba, guest of honor Richard Mofe Damijo and special guest of Honor Senator Ben Murray Bruce.
The artists are expected to entertain the guests which will comprise of Majid Michel, Tchidi Chikere, Ramsey Nouah, Ini Edo, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, Kunle Afolayan, Lancelot Imaseun, Zeb Ejiro, Nuella Njubigbo, Annie Macauley Idibia, Joseph Benjamin, Stephanie Okereke, Omoni Oboli among others.
A Pascal Atuma Film, "Blood Lines" is about a mid-level African American gangster, Stanley, whose chance meeting with the beautiful Lily, causes him to risk everything just to be with her. Instantly smitten with Lily, Stanley pursues this woman who has captivated his imagination.
There are just two small problems: Stanley’s lifestyle does not allow for real relationships. Still, the chance to have real love is strong and he is prepared to risk it all for the chance to be with Lily. Can Stanley and Lily overcome the worlds they live in to find true love? Or, will it cost them everything?
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The movie which is a collaboration between Nollywood and Hollywood, stars Lynne Whitfield, veteran actor Billy Dee Williams, Brian Hooks, Pascal Atuma, Oscar Atuma, Chico Benymon, Tangi Miller, Doug Williams among others.
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Directed by Pascal Atuma and produced by Dr Oscar Atuma and Pascal Atuma, the movie is executive produced by Walter Ojimba and Ujunwa Walter Ojimba. Screenplay was by Bill Lee Brown and Chika Alakwe.
"Blood Lines" is screening nationwide as from June 17 and is being distributed in West Africa by SilverBird Distribution.