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Sold Out Rita Dominic’s Movie, The Meeting Makes History In Two Weeks

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The multiple awards winning Nigerian romantic comedy, The Meeting, from the stable of The Audrey Silva Company owned by Nollywood A-List actress, Rita Dominic and Mildred Okwo, is now out on DVD.

The movie which grossed over N25 million from the cinema, has now reportedly sold over 50 000 copies within two weeks of release, making the company to order for fresh copies.

The DVD release will avail all movie lovers, fans and people who did not get the chance to see the movie when it was shown in cinemas the opportunity to see the movie again.

The movie which was released on January 1, 2014, according to official release by the media company responsible for its publicity, Big Sam Media, has made history as the first Nigerian movie to sell out within such a period of time.

The Meeting has enjoyed rave review and commendation from media, politicos, entertainers and even the president of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan.

“This movie will be much talked about in our country and our continent in the weeks ahead,” President Jonathan had said.

The romantic comedy features a mix of emerging stars and industry superstars including the delectable Rita Dominic, Tinsel star, Linda Ejiofor, Femi Jacobs and experienced thespian, Jide Kosoko.

The movie also has special appearances by Kate Henshaw, Nse Ikpe Etim, Basorge Tariah Jnr and Chinedu Ikediezie.

The Meeting has gathered lots of attention as it got six nominations last year in different categories at the Africa Movies Academy Awards (AMAA).

The categories include AMAA 2013 Prized for Achievement in Costume Design, Achievement in Make-Up, Best Nigerian Film, Best Actress in Supporting Role, (Linda Ejiofor), Best Actor in a Leading Role, (Femi Jacobs) and Best Actress in a Leading Role, (Rita Dominic).

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