Osuofia in London
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|Osuofia in London|
|Directed by||Kingsley Ogoro|
|Produced by||Kingsley Ogoro|
|Written by||Kingsley Ogoro|
|Music by||Kingsley Ogoro|
|Distributed by||Kingsley Ogoro Production|
Osuofia in London is a 2003 Nigerian comedy film written and directed by Kingsley Ogoro and starring Nkem Owoh. The film is among the highest selling Nollywood films. It was followed by a sequel titled Osuofia in London 2 and released in 2004.
- Nkem Owoh
- Mara Derwent
- Charles Angiama
- Cynthia Okereke
- Victoria Summers
- Francis Odega
- Sebastian Hall
- Rosa Nicholson-Ellis
- Lucie Bond
- Alessandro Sanguinetti
- Ester Lauren
- "'Scam comic' kidnapped in Nigeria". BBC News (BBC). 10 November 2009. Retrieved 27 August 2010.
- Freeman, Colin (6 May 2007). "In Nollywood, 'lights, camera, action' is best case scenario". The Daily Telegraph (London, UK: Telegraph Media Group). Retrieved 27 August 2010.
- Zachary, G. Pascal. "Let's not stereotype Nollywood films". Boston, MA, USA: The Christian Science Monitor. Retrieved 27 August 2010.
- Okpewho, Isidore; Nzegwu, Nkiru. The new African Diaspora. Indiana University Press. p. 408. ISBN 978-0-253-35337-5.
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