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Watch New Clip From Kunle Afolayan's Next - The 1960s-Set Serial Killer Thriller 'October 1'

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by Tambay A. Obenson
January 29, 2014 5:36 PM
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Here's a brand new clip from Nigerian producer-director-actor, Kunle Afolayan's upcoming crime drama, currently in post-production, titled October 1 (also the official date Nigeria declared its independence from the UK in 1960).

Produced by his Golden Effects production company, the film is set in 1960, against the backdrop of Nigeria's independence, and is said to be of the serial killer genre.

Written by Tunde Babalola, here's how it's described:

... a psychological thriller detailing the activities of a northern police detective, Dan Waziri who was posted to the western region to unravel the mystery behind a series of female murders in the community. He soon discovers that the prime suspect is Aderopo, the prince of the community. Waziri, however does not have plenty of time as he is expected to bring the Prince to book before the Nigerian flag is raised on October 1.

October 1 stars Sadiq DabaKehinde BankoleDavid BailieKayode OlaiyaNick RhysFabian Lojede, and Demola Adedoyin.

Afolayan's last film, the romantic-comedy Phone Swap, a film we covered, screened internationally, in 2012, and is available via digital platforms currently.

And the film he made before that, the thriller, Araromire (The Figurine), is now available for streaming on line on Ndani.TV, which is, in short, an online video streaming website that features primarily Nollywood cinema - or what the founders call "the best of New Nollywood as well as the classics."

Check out the new clip from October 1 below, and underneath you'll find the film's full trailer, and a poster for the film:


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5 Comments

  • Abiodun | February 19, 2014 10:36 AMReply

    U are indeed a great blessing to Nigerian film industry! I so much cherish your multitasking abilities and I pray that your source of wisdom will never run dry. Keep it up!

  • Shanae | January 30, 2014 8:14 AMReply

    Looks very interesting from the trailer.

  • Nuong | January 30, 2014 7:26 AMReply

    You get it right, always.

  • Winston | January 29, 2014 10:48 PMReply

    The clip had me worried. But after seeing the trailer, I think I'm feeling this.

  • Ben je | January 29, 2014 7:17 PMReply

    I like the look of this. Really wish to meet you one day Tambay. You are really "bigging up" African cinema. Thanks...

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