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Producer optimistic Nigerian movie scripts ‘ll improve soon

A Nollywood producer and policeman, Mr Abraham Eremosele, has expressed optimism that Nigerian movie scripts would improve as the industry progressed.
Eremosele, who recently produced a detective movie titled, “Quest for Justice’’, made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.
He said the theme of rituals featured in Nigerian movies originated from the experiences of the filmmakers, adding that they would gradually change to other story lines as the industry grew.
“In terms of scripting, I mean stories, each and every filmmaker in the industry has where they are coming from, has their different source of story. Stories are not expected to be the same; my own view about life might be different from Mr B’s view of life; so, stories certainly must be different and it’s welcomed in a developing society like Nigeria.
“We are still developing, Americans have been there for decades now; you don’t expect us to have the same story source. We are still growing and with time, I believe all those things will be different too.
“So, in terms of stories, technicalities, with time, they will be so much difference from what we are experiencing now because years back, it was different but today it has shifted a little. Tomorrow, things will as well change too, so, life is all about change and the only thing that is constant is change. Better story line up is still coming with time.’’
Eremosele also told NAN that his experiences as a policeman contributed a lot to his coming up with the storyline in his movie “Quest for Justice’’.
The story dwells on the travails of an upright police officer in the midst of corruption.
Eremosele, a policeman with more than 15 years experience has featured in a number of movies and worked with stars like Zeb Ejiro and Victor Osuagwu.

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