“Brotherhood” Nigerian Movie 2022: All you need to know
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“Brotherhood” Nigerian Movie 2022: All you need to know

Brotherhood Nigerian Movie 2022: All you need to Know

 

Here is all you need to know about Brotherhood Nigerian Movie showing in cinemas with a run date of Friday, September 23, 2022.

 

About Brotherhood Movie

Brotherhood Nigerian Movie centers on two twin brothers- Wale (Character played by Falz; Folarin Falana) and Akin (Character played by Tobi Bakre). These brothers became orphans at a young age when their parents were killed on New Year’s Day.

Their parents were making their way home from the traditional crossover service that had been held in church.

Since they are now orphans, Brotherhood Nigerian Movie sees Wale and Akin on the streets of Lagos, with the sole purpose of survival.

They would later make a life for themselves, but it appears it may not be a really great one for one of them. In Brotherhood movie, Wale (Character played by Falz) joins the police force while Akin (Character played by Tobi Bakre) becomes a hardened criminal who joins a gang of robbers.

Things go awry when Wale is put on the task force that would hunt his brother and the gang of robbers down.

This is where the title of Brotherhood movie comes from. The bond between both brothers is tested as they have to go against each other. 

 

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Where to watch Brotherhood Nigerian 2022 Movie

Brotherhood Nigerian Movie is currently showing in cinemas. Click here to see show times on FilmhouseNg.

 

Cast of Brotherhood Movie

Brotherhood 2022 Movie has an ensemble cast of Folarin Falana, Tobi Bakre, Toni Tones, Diane Russet, Jide Kene, Omawumi, Deyemi Okanlawon, Basketmouth, OC Ukeje, Omawumi, Zubby Michael and Ronke Oshodi Oke

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Falz/ Tobi Bakre
  1. Folarin Falana/Falz as Wale
  2. Tobi Bakre as Akin
  3. Deyemi Okanlawon
  4. Jide Kene Achufusi
  5. Basketmouth
  6. Toni TonesOC Ukeje
  7. Dianne Russet
  8. Omawumi
  9. Ronke Oshodi-Oke
  10. Zubby Michael
  11. Debo Adedayo
  12. Sam Dede
  13. Dorathy Bachar

 

Filming

The Director of Brotherhood Nigerian movie is Loukman Ali. Loukman Ali is an Ugandan filmmaker who is making his Nigerian Directorial Debut with Brotherhood movie.

Loukman Ali has a couple of films he has directed inclusive of: The Girl in the Yellow Jumper, The Blind Date and The Bad Mexican..

I’m elated to be making Brotherhood and working with Jade Osiberu who’s proven to be one of the most audacious filmmakers on the continent. I hope this film opens up doors for more partnerships between African filmmakers.

This is the beginning of many firsts for African cinema. We are taking risks and hope to excel. The Nigerian audience and Africans at large should expect a Nollywood high stakes crime-action thriller like never before.

Brotherhood Nigerian movie

However, it appears Loukman Ali would not be taking credit as the Director of Brotherhood Nigerian Film as he departed the filming due to “creative differences” with Greoh studios- the production studio for the movie.

Brotherhood movie is produced by Jade Osiberu who also wrote the film alongside Abdul Tijani Ahmed.

The movie premiered in 12 Countries: Cameroon, Nigeria, Benin Republic, Congo, Rwanda, Gabon, Guinea, Niger Republic, Senegal, Cameroon, and Burkina Faso.

 

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Box Office Projections

Brotherhood Nigerian Movie, according to Jade Osiberu- the writer, is projected to hit a Billion Naira (#1B) at the box office. But this may not be entirely accurate.

Based on projections, Brotherhood movie may not exceed the #400M mark. The reasons are not far-fetched.

The storyline is awfully reminiscent of Funke Akindele’s Omo Ghetto The Saga and its prequel- Omo Ghetto.

Despite the abundance of action, costume and Funke Akindele’s popularity, the movie had a box office domestic gross of about #750M, and this was even because it was released around a festive period like Christmas.

Now, Brotherhood 2022 Movie is definitely an action movie that looks like a lot of work, choreography an talented actors have been put in it, but it appears the storyline is not original enough to make it push a whole #1B at the domestic box office.

Brotherhood nigerian movie 2022

Even Kemi Adetiba’s King of Boys, with its sheer originality and action, grossed #300M. Although the argument was that it was three hours long.

Still, the argument stands that Brotherhood 2022 Nigerian movie that does appear to make a whooping #1B at the Nigerian Box office.

If what Jade Osiberu means is that Brotherhood 2022 Movie will gross a total of #1B internationally and nationally. She may not be wrong since the movie premiered in 15 countries. But in Nigeria alone?

But then again, who can tell? We’ll be here to report if it does.

 

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About the writer- Jade Osiberu 

Despite working professionally as a software developer after graduation, Osiberu decided to change career to film-making.

In celebrating the Women’s History Month, Pulse included her in its list of ten women making waves by developing content in Nigerian film industry.

Osiberu started her production company, Tribe85 Productions in 2017 with the aim of “telling African stories to a global audience”.

During an interview with BellaNaija, her work ethic, attention to detail and creative drive was praised by the interviewer.

In 2018, she headlined Nollywood Film Festival in Scotland.

In 2017, Osiberu wrote and directed Isoken, a film about the challenges faced by an unmarried working class woman amidst pressure from family, as well as romantic interracial relationships in modern Nigerian setting. For her directorial role, she won best director at 2018 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards and got a Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Director nomination.

The film was also the subject of scholarly discussions with the titular character being characterized with traits of feminism.

Culture Custodian highlighted how the theme of the film is set up to fight misogyny in the Nigerian patriarchal society.

Born to a royal family in 1985, Osiberu’s father, Oba Adewale Osiberu is the Elepe of Epe Sagamu.

Osiberu had her secondary education in Ibadan, before obtaining a Computer Systems Engineering degree from University of Manchester.

She is also an alumna of Pan-Atlantic University, where she studied Media and Communications

Olayiide Bolaji is a writer at The Scoove Africa whose interests span in music and movies. He is also a freelance A&R personel.

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