From the earliest conversation about Tatu, we knew that the movie was going to centre on a woman’s desire to have a child and all the complications she faces. The movie was adapted from a book written by accomplished author – Dr Abraham Nwanko.
It was funded by Bank Of Industry, through its NollyFund Scheme. The movie was actually a collaborative effort between the bank, FilmOne Production and Patriarch Technologies; which is why we can’t say we were completely surprised when that the premiere turned out to be a glamourous event which went down at Eko Hotel Convention Centre, Victoria Island.
What else would you expect from a movie that stars Desmond Elliott, Segun Arinze, Toyin Abraham, Frank Donga, Sambasa Nzeribe and Gabriel Afolayan and directed by Don Omopre?
Bank of Industry has previously funded well-received movies like Three Wise Men, The Ceo, Isoken and When Love Happens Again.
While the official premiere just went down, it is going to be released in cinemas on the 15th of September.
You can peep the trailer here as you wait:
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