Come August 13, a Nollywood thriller, ‘Bitter Rain’, from the stable of a production company, Wonderkind Media, will start screening in cinemas across Nigeria.
The film boasts of a talented cast that includes Mike Ezuoronye, Zubby Micheal, Alex Ekubo, AY Makun, Erica Nlewedim, Efe Irele, Stan Nze, and a host of others.
Written by Nwasor, ‘Bitter Rain’ tells the story of a group of individuals from the city; a journalist eager to find the truth and an adventure-seeking couple who converge on a mystical celebration in a distant town of Ahaba, leading to a rollercoaster of events that will leave viewers glued to their seats.
It also follows the sitting powerful, fierce, secretive, yet troubled King of Ahaba (Mike Ezuruonye), who leaves no stone unturned in his quest to stop his 40th Bitter Rain.
“Filmmaking in Nigeria has gone beyond basic shooting to putting together movies that pique the imaginations of viewers, qualities that Wonderkind Media stands for,” Nwasor says.
The executive producer, Business Magnate Henry Okpobe of Vickhen Dynamics, noted, “From the moment I read the script, I knew I wanted to be a part of it. It is unique and captivating.”
Also speaking, one of the producers of the movie, Mr Abuda, said: “The Bitter Rain’ is a movie in a class of its own as it defiles all the challenges of movie making in Nigeria. From the scripting to the casting and then the shooting, we made sure to engage only the best hands.
“The director of the flick, Mr Mcbaror, is known for pulling world-class productions and this has come to play in ‘Bitter Rain.’
The producers said the movie promises to deliver the best cinematic experience to Nigerians and film lovers across the world.”
Shot in Delta State, ‘Bitter Rain’ will premiere to a select audience come August 8.
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