Saturday, March 31, 2018

"The Only Solution For Successful Marriage In This Era"-Filmmaker,Gbolahan Adetayo

Saying that popular entertainment journalist, Gbolahan Adetayo, who was the Yoruba Movie Columnist for City People Magazine and Celeb Publicist has extended his chain of businesses recently after he shot his debut movie titled "Aala Ife" meaning "Boundary of Love" is like stating the obvious.

The Ipara Remo, Ogun State-born pen pusher, officially joined the industry as a movie producer when he shot the movie in November 2nd 2017.

The latest gist now  that, the multi-talented dude has decided to take the movie to cinema.

We gathered that come April 1st and 2nd 2017, which are Easter Sunday and Monday, Aala Ife will be shown at the National Theater, Iganmu, Lagos. 

The first view will come up by 12noon, followed by 3pm and 9pm of the two days.

If you must know, Aala Ife is a story of a young man who so much loved and shows special regards for his mum. Just as he loves his wife, he also shows much love to his mother who suffered partial stroke. Unknowing to him, his wife was not in support of his display of affections to his mother. He went on a business trip and before he returned, the unexpected occurred in the family. Aala Ife is a movie to watch for the single men and women, as well as the  married couples, especially those in troubled relationships/marriages. This movie actually opens your sight to the type of wife or husband to marry before you accept the proposal.

"I don't want to sound like a prophet of doom, but many of we young people of this generation don't understand what marriage is all about. We love the idea of marriage but we are truly not ready for the journey. It's scary, the marriage institution in Nigeria is now built on faulty foundation and more marriages are packing up in just a few weeks of wedding than ever. The only solution to a happy marriage in this generation is to go back to our parents and ask them how they were able to do it successfully. Unfortunately, many youths, particularly the female will tell you that the marriage ideas of their parents are obsolete and they will rather go with the modern trend, which is where the problem begins. All the intrigues are treated in the movie, Aala Ife", Says Gbolahan Adetayo.

The flick, written and produced by Gbolahan Adetayo and Directed by Okiki Afolayan, features stars like Femi Adebayo, Liz Da Silver, Jumoke George, Ladi Folarin, Ayonimofe Onibiyo, Abolanle Abdusalam, Kudi Salau, Tamilore Ojo Martins, Femi Fabunmi, Oluwatoyin Oki, Tope Saint, Adenike Iwalewa Amusa and more.

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