‘The gods are still not to blame’ hits Nigerian Cinemas April 19

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“The gods are still not to blame”, hits Nigerian Cinemas on April 19, 2013. Those with a literary background will certainly be familiar with the title, though modified. It’s an adaptation of the popular tragedy play “The gods are not to blame” written by Ola Rotimi, which brought the African flavour to the orignal story as seen in the Odepius Rex story.

The movie was directed by Funke Fayoyin and parades quite a good number of stars such as Carol King, Bayo Alawiye, Seun Akindele with Gabriel Afolayan, Gloria Anozie-Young, Kareem Adepoju, Akin Lewis, Bukky Ajayi, Moji Olaiya, Nobert Young, Omowunmi Dada amongst others representing powerfully in the movie.

let’s see how it turns out… shall we?

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One Response to ‘The gods are still not to blame’ hits Nigerian Cinemas April 19

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