Wow, wow, wow…Dayo Amusa’s Unforgivable movie is truly a must watch – it will make you cry, laugh, cry , cry and cry!
- Starring – Desmond Elliot, Mike Ezuruonye, Dayo Amusa, Iyabo Ojo, Bukky Wright, Fathia Balogun, Adeniyi Johnson
- Directed by Desmond Elliot.
- Language – English/Yoruba
- Produ er – Dayo Amusa
Honestly I didn’t watch to watch this movie cos I felt nothing good could come out of Dayo Amusa…saw her last movie in 2012 – Dewunmi Iberu – which featured Uche Jumbo and Justus Esiri and it was a total waste of time…
Anyway, ‘Unforgivable’ blew my mind…it was worth the two hours spent watching it on Iroko TV…it would be released on DVD soon!
Story: Unforgivable tells a love gone sour story – revolves around Sewa, Richard and Damola.
It tells the story of a
handsome university boy (Desmond Elliot) who has a crush on a fellow undergraduate
female student (Dayo Amusa), however lacks the courage to approach her, he gets
disappointed when his roommate – a womanizer (Mike Ezuruonye) takes over.
friends warned her..she waited, forgave him for always cheating and eventually married him but the outcome was disastrous…
Mike Ezurounye did not
play the usual ‘village champion’ role, he acted well.
The young Desmond Elliot (Adeniyi Johnson) and Mike Ezuronye were so cute. I loved the attention to details… each of the young actors looked exactly
like the older actors.
and sound is on point. The subtitle was extraordinary, no spelling or typo errors.
Also loved the cross-over of
English-Yoruba actors. Before now, there has always been a silent
divide between Nollywood (English speaking actors and actresses) and
their colleagues who featured more in indigenous movies. Good to see a
good blend of both worlds.
The directing , set, camera, location was on point.
Damola change to start treating the wife the way he did, we weren’t told why.
lesson for both male and female, never force yourself into a relationship. Ladies should always try to
control their emotion…don’t fall in love with a guy that treats you like shit…it is not a MUST to marry a cute and famous guy. Also, you never know what you have until you lose it.
domestic violence at first. While some relationships are clearly abusive from
the outset, abuse often starts subtly and gets worse over time. You might be
experiencing domestic violence if you’re in a relationship with someone who
discourages you from going to work or school
from seeing family members or friends
where you go, what medicines you take or what you wear 5. Acts jealous or
possessive or constantly accuses you of being unfaithful
drinking alcohol or using drugs
Hits, kicks, shoves, slaps, chokes or otherwise hurts you, your children or
…no woman deserves to be beaten! #SayNoToDomesticViolence #SayNoToAbuse #StopTheViolence #BreakTheSilence
movies I’ve seen in recent years. Absolutely informative and the storyline
absolutely spot on. What a great piece of work. You can watch the trailer HERE.