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Monday, October 17, 2016

Movie 93 Days Listed As A Must- See Movie At 52nd Chicago Film Festival







93 Days
COUNTRY: Nigeria
SHOW TIMES: Thursday, October 20 at 8:15 p.m. ($15), Friday, October 21 at 5:45 p.m. ($15) and Tuesday, October 25 at 3 p.m. ($8)

DETAILS: Steve Gukas’s 93 Days is a taut medical thriller about the doctors who worked to contain the spread of the Ebola virus in Nigeria during the 2014 outbreak. “While the film is coming out of the Nollywood tradition, I think it brings an international appeal because of the story that it tells,” Plauché says. The film, whose cast includes Danny Glover, is part of this year’s “Black Perspectives” series, featuring a range of African and American cinema. “In the end, it’s a positive story about the way in which doctors were willing to sacrifice themselves to ensure the virus didn’t spread.” Director/producer Steve Gukas and Glover will be in attendance at certain screenings.





19 comments:

  1. Wow... A movie for a worthy cause! Congratulations HOR n co.

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    1. Its a beautiful movie. Have seen it.

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  2. OK... I go go see am because Chicago film say make I go see am... see what joblessness din cus me.. Stella na me and you today... waiting for the next post..

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  3. Cool.

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  4. I love me some bimbo. Girl can do no wrong in my eyes.







    *hangs leg on the cupboard*

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  5. You all need to see this movie. Bimbo Akintola interpreted her role excellently well. Thank me later.

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    1. Bimbo can do no wrong in my eye.Will see it

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  6. I have on seen this movie yet but we try to because I love bimbo akintola's movies

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  7. Very well deserved...

    The producers did a great job! I still shudder when I remember Ebola

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  8. Bimbo Akintola is a good actress. I would like to watch this movie.

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  9. As far as its Nigerian I'm going to see nothing

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  10. That was a nice trailer. Sure going to be a wonderful movie too.
    Nice cinematography. Strong topic.

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