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Post by Adminkunlex on Wed Oct 02, 2019 6:34 am

Over the years, history has been brought to life on screen in many ways, including with the use of feature films.
Fact-based or fictional, films in a historical setting inform, entertain and shape the way people view the past.
In honor of Nigeria's Independence Day, here are five Nigerian films that are inspired by or attempt an accurate portrayal of a historical event since October 1, 1960.
Check them out:
1. "October 1"
Set in Colonial Nigeria, "October 1" follows the story
of "76"
"76" is a a police officer from Northern Nigeria who is
posted to a remote town of Akote in Western Nigeria
to investigate the frequent female murder cases in
the community, and have the mystery solved before
the Nigerian flag is raised on October 1, Nigeria's
Independence Day.
Directed by Kunle Afolayan, "October 1" explores
tribalism, western imperialism, homosexuality and
Nigeria's independence.
The films stars Sadiq Daba, Kayode Olaiya, David
Bailie, Kehinde Bankole, Kanayo O. Kanayo, Fabian
Adeoye Lojede, Nick Rhys, Kunle Afolayan, Femi
Adebayo, Bimbo Manuel, Ibrahim Chatta and Demola
Adedoyin.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-R7wJuPv_7o
2. "Half of a Yellow Sun"
Directed by Biyi Bandele and based on the novel of
the same name by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, "Half
of a Yellow Sun" weaves together the lives of four
people caught up in the turbulence of the Nigerian
Civil War.
In "Half of a Yellow Sun," Olanna and Kainene are
glamorous twins from a wealthy Nigerian family.
Returning to a privileged city life in newly
independent 1960s Nigeria after their expensive
English education, the two women make very
different choices which take them and their lovers on
a journey through the war.
"Half of a Yellow Sun" is a powerful, intense and
emotional historical drama capable of tugging at
one's heartstrings.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bq9jI1QnEXU
3. '76'
"76" is a meticulously detailed Nigerian historical
fiction drama set six years after the civil war. It
follows the story of Captain Joseph Dewa, a young
soldier accused of complicity in the abortive coup of
1976, and his pregnant wife, Suzy, who helps him
prove his innocence.
With "76," the director Izu Ojukwu transports viewers
back to the familiar 1976, six years after the civil war,
when General Murtala Muhammed was killed on
February 13, 1976, in an abortive coup attempt led by
Lt. Col Buka Suka Dimka.
"76" is not entirely a movie about the 1976 coup,
however, the events of the year pilot the
circumstances that form the setting for the movie.
The movie stars Ramsey Nouah, Chidi Mokeme, Rita
Dominic, Ibinabo Fiberesima and Daniel K Daniel.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSMsJUSusf8
4 "The Amazing Grace"
A Jeta Amata film, "The Amazing Grace" tells the
remarkable story of British slave trader John Newton,
who had sailed to the now Nigeria in 1748 to buy
slaves but later gave up the trade and became an
Anglican priest.
After he almost lost his life in a violent storm at sea,
Newton gave his life to Christ. According to him, it
was the grace of God that saved his life.
Subsequently devoting his entire life to religion,
Newton penned one of the world's most famous
religious hymns ever, Amazing Grace."
The Nigerian films stars Nick Moran, Joke Silva, Scott
Cleverdon, Mbong Amata, Fred Amata and Zack
Amata.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJs-h1YKdlw
5. "Invasion 1897"
A Lancelot Imasuen film, "Invasion 1897" tells the
story of the removal of the powerful Oba
Ovarhehem Nogbaisi of the Benin Empire by the
British colonialists in 1897.
The movie parades an impressive cast which includes
Mike Omoregbe, Segun Arinze, Rudolph Walker,
Charles Inojie, Paul Obazele, Justus Esiri, Charles 'Chucky' Venn and Leo Mezie.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAbC7NlqlSw

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