If You’re Looking for Something Good to Watch This Weekend, Check out “The Black Book” on Netflix
Are you searching for an exciting movie to watch this upcoming weekend? Look no further than The Black Book, a thrilling Nollywood film that can be easily found on Netflix. From start to finish, the film is packed with heart-pumping action and suspense that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Directed by Editi Effiong, The Black Book is an African Netflix original movie that marks Effiong’s directorial debut. The screenplay was co-written by Effiong and Bunmi Ajakaiye, while Kemi Lala Akindoju was brought on board as the producer.
The plot revolves around a father who is struggling to cope with the tragic loss of his son, who was killed by a group of corrupt police officers. With his life in shambles, the father embarks on a journey to seek justice and bring the culprits to account, leading to a series of gripping and action-packed scenes that will leave you breathless.
The Black Book Cast
Richard Mofe-Damijo, a renowned Nigerian actor, takes on the lead role of Paul Edima in the upcoming movie. The plot revolves around a father’s unwavering determination to get justice for his son’s killers. Mofe-Damijo’s impressive acting skills are well-known and he has been a part of several successful movies, including 30 Days in Atlanta, The Wedding Party, The Grudge, Three Wise Men, Chief Daddy, Love Is War, Crossroads, Boycott, and Palava! Besides his filmography, he has also made notable appearances on TV shows like Castle & Castle, Shuga, King of Boys: The Return of the King, Far from Home, and Shanty Town. With his versatile acting abilities, Mofe-Damijo is sure to bring his A-game to this intense and emotional role.
Here’s more of the cast and who they play:
Ade Laoye as Vic Kalu
Sam Dede as Angel
Alex Usifo Omiagbo as General Isa
Olumide Oworu as Damilola Edima
Kelechi Udegbe as Officer Abayomi
Shaffy Bello as Big Daddy
Iretiola Doyle as Commissioner
Taiwo Ajai-Lycett as Editor
The movie has been given a TV-MA rating, which indicates that it is appropriate only for mature audiences. The reasons for this rating are smoking and graphic violence, both of which are prominently featured in the film. We strongly advise against watching this movie when children are present, as it may not be appropriate for them to see. If you are interested in getting a glimpse of what the movie has to offer, you can check out the official trailer for a thrilling sneak peek that will leave you wanting more.