Saturday, January 29, 2011
Nollywood Focus invites you to The Mirror Boy movie World Premiere and After-party.
Mirror Boy is the Nollywood movie everybody wants to see. Written and Directed by Obi Emelonye (Who's Next?, Echoes of War, The London Successor). The impressive cast includes Nollywood's foremost actress Genevieve Nnaji alongside a strong cast including Osita Iheme (Back from America), Fatima Jabbe, Edward Kagutuzi (The Bill, Law & order), John Charles Njie (The Calabash, Wrong Identity), and Modu Musa Ceesay (The Banjul Cops, My Gambian Holiday).
Produced by OH Films in association with The Nollywood Factory, The Mirror Boy (as talked about on CNN Inside Africa), promises to set new standards in Nollywood film-making. That's it friends, Nollywood continues its march to conquer the world. What is left is for everyone to come out and support the film by going to the cinema to see it.
What is the film about?
“The Mirror Boy” is an enthralling journey through the picturesque terrains of The Gambia, as seen through the eyes of a London-born 12 year old boy, TIJANI.
On the 13th of June and wholly out of character, TIJANI gets involved in a street fight in which a boy is hurt. Convinced that TIJANI needs discipline, TEEMA, his mum decides to take him to the Gambia to live with her sister.
On their arrival in Banjul, TIJANI encounters what he considers to be a simple apparition - a boy smiling at him in a mirror and vanishing afterwards.
However, seeing the same boy in a crowded street market the next day sets in motion a chain of events that culminates in him getting lost.
While the panic-stricken TEEMA struggles with the Police Force to find her son in an intriguing game of survival brinkmanship, TIJANI is left alone in the company of the enigmatic MIRROR BOY who is only visible to him.
As a bruising spiritual rite of passage, the MIRROR BOY takes TIJANI on a magical journey through the dark belly of the forest.
After a series of edge-of-the-seat adventures in the forest, TIJANI emerges the next day, a bewildered boy; for whom the lines between reality and fantasy; between the physical and the spiritual have been forever blurred.
His arrival at a time of mourning for a small kingdom upsets the evil machinations of a desperate Queen who; threatened by his innocent presence; is not afraid to wield her mysterious powers.
A cathartic climax helps TIJANI to unravel the mystery of the MIRROR BOY. It also provides him with a rather mystical explanation for the way his life has cascaded from the 13th of June towards this inter-twined fate with a father he has never met...
What does it cost?
There are 4 ticket options for you.
1. Limited unreserved Seating - £15.00 only available until 31/01/2011
2. VIP Limited Reserved Seating - £20.00
3. VIP Reserved Seating plus After-Party - £50.00 (The most popular)
4. After-party only - £20.00
Where can you get the tickets?
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