- The movie features a mix of top actors drawn from Ghana, Nigeria, and abroad
- According to the director, the story had to be told exactly like they did so as to shed light on the struggles encountered while seeking education and greener pastures in Europe
- Lagos To Oslo trailer was released recently with the official release set for November 27
It is never an easy feat breaking barriers and going international with whatever venture one tries.
Therefore, many people usually get into celebratory moods when the work of their hands makes headlines or achieve other greater milestones.
Such is the feeling the producers and actors of the internationally produced movie Lagos To Oslo have right now after the movie's trailer debuted officially.
The trailer for the film which was based on a true story was released recently and impressed many people across the continent who cannot wait for the official release.
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The best part is not just the fact that the movie was produced by Norwegians, but also that it featured some of the biggest names in the film industry drawn from countries such as Ghana and Nigeria.
Lagos To Oslo also features other great international stars such as Michael Maponga, Anthony Warren, Richard van Weyden, Boris Glibusic, and a host of other talents.
According to information shared by the producers, Lagos To Oslo will be released digitally on November 27.
The movie tells the story of a young academically gifted, loving, and free-spirited man named Aaron, who struggles financially to attain his university education.
Aaron was later introduced to a mysteriously wealthy man who promised him the world.
What Aaron got instead was isolation, confusion, and vilification, even after travelling to a different country.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerian billionaire daughter, Temi Otedola, took to social media to share her thoughts after she starred in Kunle Afolayan’s new movie, Citation.
Temi said that she had always been a fan of the movie director, Kunle Afolayan’s works since Figurine and she was glad that he was able to trust her with bringing the movie character to life.
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