First of all, I will ask you all to renew your church mind. Have you done that? With bleach? And small Izal? Ehen, now, we may proceed. 69 is the newest Nollywood romantic drama produced by Toyin Moore, Kunbi Okwong and Ola Akanni, guaranteed to entertain and educate the UK populace upon its premiere on the 5th August at the Tottenham Town Hall, North London.
JIDE, the male lead is a successful, upwardly mobile man in his mid 40s married to Bolanle. He is from a humble background but got married to a girl from a wealthy family. He has a daughter and a happy home or so it seemed until trouble came visiting unannounced.
BOLA, the female lead is the good girl next door, happily married with a daughter, who loves and is loved by her husband, Jide. Bola comes from a wealthy home and has always been a great support to her husband – especially financially – right from the days of courtship. Things change, however, when the good girl is transformed into a complete stranger after a chance encounter.
Jide is acted by the talented Rykardo Agbor, a Cross Rivers man who is affectionately referred to as “Omo Ibo” in all his films. 15 years’ experience in Nollywood is no joke, and he brings every minute of it to bear in this film.
The role of Bolanle is expertly taken on by Toyin Moore, who both produces and directs the film to a sterling quality. She had been a broadcaster and producer spanning over a decade, starting her career as a talk show host and then going on to producing Nollywood movies, the likes of 18 Carat Mama, Blood Type, and At Home Abroad.
The cast is bolstered by other talented names such as Oladapo Olayinka, Doyin Amodu, Lydia Tett Olet, Ola Akanni, Ken Smart, Femi Amusan, and Adesola Kosoko.
This is one to look out for and no mistake!
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