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Living in Bondage (1992)

| Drama | Video
Down and out businessman uses witchcraft to get ahead.

Director:

Chris Obi Rapu (as Vic Mordi)

Writers:

Kenneth Nnebue (screenplay), Okey Ogunjiofor (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Francis Agu Francis Agu ... Ichie Million
Grace Ayozie Grace Ayozie ... Andy's Mother
Chizoba Bosah Chizoba Bosah ... Aunty
Sydney Diala I. Sydney Diala I. ... Initiator
Kanayo O. Kanayo Kanayo O. Kanayo ... Chief Omego
Felicia Mayford Felicia Mayford ... Obidia
Obiageli Molube Obiageli Molube ... (as Obiageli Molobe)
Nnenna Nwabueze Nnenna Nwabueze ... Merit
Ngozi Nwaneto Ngozi Nwaneto ... Caro
Ngozi Nwosu Ngozi Nwosu ... Ego
Rita Nzelu Rita Nzelu ... Tina
Okechukwu Ogunjiofor Okechukwu Ogunjiofor ... Paul
Kenneth Okonkwo Kenneth Okonkwo ... Andy
Daniel Oluigbo Daniel Oluigbo ... Chief Priest
Josephine Onwochei Josephine Onwochei
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Down and out businessman uses witchcraft to get ahead.

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Drama

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Country:

Nigeria

Language:

Ibo

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This movie marked the beginning of the video movie industry in Nigeria. See more »

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Followed by Living in Bondage 2 (1993) See more »

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Seminal Movie in Nigerian Cinematic History
26 September 2018 | by tigerleapgorgeSee all my reviews

Living in Bondage the film that marked the start of Nollywood. It is a story of love, betrayal, suffering and redemption. The motifs of God and Satan plays a central roll in this film. Andy, played by Kenneth Okonkwo, makes a faustian bargain early on in the film. And his material gains is mirrors by his psychological loss. This duality of the material realm mirror the duality of the spiritual realm as there is no rest for the wicked. I walked out of the theater strong in faith. And faith in Nigeria is what I have now.


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