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After The Wedding Party, Sola Sobowale, Ireti Doyle reunite in 1929


Sobowale, a member of cast, Doyle and Sam Dede

After their outstanding showing in The Wedding Party, Nollywood stars, Sola Sobowale and Ireti Doyle, will both feature in a new film titled, 1929.
These brilliant veterans of many flicks will once again bring their skill and talent into the historic movie to make it worth the while.
The movie, which sheds light on the true life story of the Ikot Abasi, Opobo division’s women unrest of 1929, will see Sobowale and Doyle lead the women protest.


Speaking with the director, Moses Eskor on the choice of cast members, he said, “these are strong, powerful and brilliant women who have changed the face of the Nigerian film industry and give it prominence within and outside the country, their ability to interpret roles is impeccable and that’s what’s this movie is all about. This is based on a true life story and interpretation is very important.”
On his part, the movie producer, Ndy Akan, said, “I am particularly proud of these women and what they have achieved over the years, the decision to cast them has been a long time coming, so to have them on a movie that showcases the history of a nation is nothing short of brilliant and I’m sure they will deliver to the maximum capacity.”
The movie, which has received critical acclaims from the media and movie buffs, will be in cinemas nationwide from April 19, 2019.

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