‘Living in Bondage: breaking Free’ May Return to Cinemas Nationwide

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‘Living in Bondage: breaking Free’ May Return to Cinemas Nationwide

Ramsey Nouah’s directorial debut, Living in Bondage: Breaking Free, may be coming back to cinemas near you. Charles Okpaleke, the film’s executive producer, just hinted that there are plans for a “limited theatrical release in March. For just 3 days in cinemas nationwide.” This presents an opportunity to see the film again on the big screens before it hits streaming platforms.

Who wants to see living in bondage again? We are thinking of a limited theatrical release in March. For just 3 days in cinemas nationwide. What do you guys think?

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Living in Bondage: Breaking Free follows Nnamdi Okeke, the forgotten son of Andy Okeke from the original film. Nnamdi, like his father, desires the finer things of life, but unfortunately, he can’t afford them. That changed after an encounter with billionaire Richard Williams, who hands him the key to the good life, but at a cost.

The film was both a critical and commercial success – it grossed ₦163 million, and critics praised both Nouah’s directing and lead actor Swanky Jka’s performance. The film is up for 11 Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA) including Best Actor in a Drama, Best Supporting Actor, Best Director, and Best Cinematographer.

Will you go see it again if it returns to the cinemas?

 

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