- The film feature 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 shade light on the struggles deal with while seeking education and greener pastures in Europe
- Lagos To Oslo trailer was released recently with the official release set for November 27
It has never been an easy feat breaking the barrier and going international with whatever venture one tries.
Therefore, many people usually get in celebratory moods when the works of their hands make headlines or achieve other greater milestones.
Well, such is the feeling the producers and actors of international produced movie Lagos To Oslo have right now after the movie's trailer debuted officially.
TUKO.co.ke has learnt the trailer for film which is based on a true story was released recently and impressed many people across the continent who cannot wait for the official release.
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 film industry drawn from countries such as Ghana and Nigeria.
Briefly.co.za understands producers sought the services of Ghanaian stars like Ama K Abebrese, David Dontoh, Akorfa Edjeani Asiedu and Adjetety Anang to help in telling this moving story.
Lagos To Oslo also features other great international such as stars 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.
Well, for those who have not watched the trailer, the movie tells a story of a young academically gifted, loving and free spirited named Aaron.
The movie shows how the young student struggles financially to attain his university education.
Aaron is later introduced to a mysteriously wealthy man who promises him the world.
What Aaron gets instead are isolation, confusion and vilification, even after travelling to a different country.
According to Lagos To Oslo's Director Kingsley Emmanuel, someone had to tell a story like this so as to shed light on the horrible conditions countless African youth face trying to seek education and greener pastures in Europe.
The movie will officially drop on November 27, 2020 and fans across the world can sample it through the online platform Goswas Digital TV.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that one of the best things about becoming a mom is getting to play dress-up with your real-life doll.
Many moms can attest to that and one such mom is Dineo Neo. She recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying group to share pictures of her little girl, who she has had the most fun dressing up in clothes that she designed and made herself.
"Now I believe when a baby is born, s/he comes holding blessings in their hands. Before I had her I never knew I had a talent for fashion designing. When I got her in November 2018, the excitement immediately turned me into a designer."
"It all started with a headband, which came out not perfect but just okay. Now I dress her from head to toe, Reitu Hand Crafts. I never went to any fashion design school. She is my school. She is my Blesser and because of her #ImStaying."
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