Kunle Afolayan, Nigerian filmmaker, has released the first video clip from ‘Citation’, his forthcoming movie.
The gifted actor cum producer took to his social media page to share the nearly two-minute snippet from the ongoing project with his numerous fans.
“Because it’s Friday and I am super excited about the outcome of the #citationthemovie edit so far, I decided to share this short beautifully shot/acted clip,” he wrote on Instagram.
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The “ungraded” video clip features Temi Otedola, daughter of Femi Otedola, Nigerian business mogul, who appears to be creating a flashback of her first experience with a lecturer after a tutorial class.
In the next scene, Temi, who is making her Nollywood debut, is seen in a class setting with other students learning.
The lecturer had asked the class to explain how the political inclination of countries can affect their foreign policies, citing Senegal and Gambia with different political ideologies, as instance.
In her response, Temi had argued culture plays a significant role in influencing African countries than political inclination.
Written by Tunde Babalola, ‘Citation’ explores the prevalence of sexual harassment in higher institutions.
The movie, which is being shot across three countries including Nigeria, Senegal and Cape Verde, is directed by the Afolayan himself.
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