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‘Still Water Runs Deep’ Set To Premiere At Toronto Film Festival.

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The Nigerian film “Still Water Runs Deep” is set to premiere at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.

The film was put together by producers Melissa Adeyemo, Abbesi Akhamie and Lala Akindoju. The film was written and directed by Akhamie, a Tisch Graduate of New York University.
The thrilling drama is of a father who must withstand his emotions and preserve his pride when his estranged son goes missing. In this unsettling portrait of a man confined by his convictions about paternal duty, a father’s steely resolve to run his household with a firm hand is tested when his estranged son goes missing.

Starring, Toyin Oshinaike, Rita Edward and Yemi Adebiyi. The film potrays the difficulty that honest, hardworking men face when trying to raise children in the harsh realities of the world.

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