"Hakkunde" tells a story of the identity of an average Nigerian graduate’s struggle for an identity and livelihood.
"Hakkunde" is an intriguing story of a young graduate who battles everything (including love, family, discrimination, drug abuse, culture, tradition and self) on his journey to self discovery and actualization.
The movie tells a story of the identity of an average Nigerian graduate’s struggle for an identity and livelihood.
It highlights the merits of steadfastness, humility and self denial and also espouses the gains of harnessing opportunities, delimiting the much much celebrated mediocrity of high handedness, and divulging the demerits of pride, greed and inconsistency.
According to the director, the goal of the film is to challenge the youths about changing direction in their approach to the reality of current state of the country, taking advantage of opportunities that does exist in building wealth for themselves.
The movie features Frank Donga alongside Ali Nuhu, Maryam Booth, Ibrahim Daddy, Isa Bello Ja, Rahama Sadau and Hadiza Soja.
Shot in Kaduna and Lagos, Nigeria,“Hakkunde” is produced and directed by Oluseyi and was written by Oluseyi, Tomi Adesina and Gift Imafidon.
The movie is scheduled to debut on July 25, 2017.