‘Brotherhood’ Set For a Pan-African Premiere
The long-awaited trailer for the Nollywood movie ‘Brotherhood’ has been released. The news was announced on social media by film producer Jade Osibel.
According to her, the Greoh studio production will simultaneously debut in African countries including Cameroon, Nigeria, Republic of Benin, Burkina Faso, Togo, Republic of Niger, Senegal and Madagascar on September 23, 2022.
This thriller is directed by Ugandan filmmaker Rukman Ali and features a star-studded cast list including Zuby Michael, Basketmouth, Toni Tones, OC Ukeje, Fultz and Tobi Bakure.
Brotherhood is set in the story of twin brothers who belong to opposite sides of the law: the police and a notorious band of robbers.
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No director is credited on this production, but Ali, who directed the film, recently stepped away from the project. The award-winning filmmaker said the decision was made because of “creative differences.” greo studio Refused to comment on development.
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