Living in Bondage
|Living in Bondage|
|Directed by||Chris Obi Rapu|
|Produced by||Kenneth Nnebue|
|Written by||Kenneth Nnebue
|Starring||Kanayo O. Kanayo
|Running time||163 min|
Living in bondage is a Nigerian drama thriller film directed by Chris Obi Rapu, written by Kenneth Nnebue & Okechukwu Ogunjiofor and produced by Kenneth Nnebue. It is considered to be the first Nollywood blockbuster hit movie which kicked off the Nigerian cinema industry. The film was shot straight-to-video and stars African Movie Academy Award winner Kanayo O. Kanayo, Nollywood actors Francis Agu, Okechukwu Ogunjiofor and a host of others.
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