Clustered colours is in cinemas across Nigeria
Notable actress, Maimuna Abaji Yahaya’s first big fruit as movie producer, Clustered Colours, opened in major cinema across the country yesterday.
Directed by Remi Ibinola, the movie features some of Nollywood’s beloved actors, such as Deyemi Okanlanwon, Paul Adams, Tunbosun Aiyedehin, Mary Lazarus, Emeka Okoye, Lucy Ameh and Stan Nze.
Maimuna also doubles as an actor in the movie, and there are guest appearances by Tosin Martins, the love crooners, Ozzmanic and Mrs. Oghoghor Eleshin.
Maimuna, who described her cast list as “a fusion of the veterans and the younger generation,” said she decided on producing the movie because it addresses the issue of relationships and the need to foster intimacy among couples.
“The story is centered around a television presenter and an event convener, who organised a quiz on her talk show that x-rays challenges in marriages called bond,” adding: “Three lucky couples emerged as winners, representing the Igbo, Yoruba and the Hausa regions of Nigeria. The reward was an all-expense paid trip to a resort tucked away in Epe- Jubilee Chalets.
“Away from distractions, the couples have more time to bond, foster intimacy and work out their differences.” When the movie was showed to a select crowd at a premiere recently, words of commendation poured out for the actress of vast credit and her crew for delivering a movie that would resonate with the yearning cinema crowd.
Maimuna hinted that the movie would show at all Silverbird Cinemas across the country, as well as Maturion Cinema, Igando, Lagos; Ozone Cinema, Yaba; Espionage Cinemas, Kaduna and Mcrystal Cinemas in Oyo, Edo and Osun states.
A Theatre Arts graduate of the University of Jos, who is best remembered for her role as Emotan in that long-rested Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) series, After the Storm, Maimuna is star of several television series and movie productions, including Hills and Valley, Living in Lagos, Spider, Shadows, Heartbeat and Plumber.
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