Based on the movie’s director, Kenneth Gyang, the EbonyLife Movies manufacturing is not going to be getting a sequel amid its unresolved finish.
Gyang made the revelation in an Instagram LIVE chat with movie critic, Oris Aigbokhaevbolo the place he answered fan questions in regards to the trending movie.
Reacting to a query a few potential sequel, Gyang shared: “To make everybody comfortable, and possibly for closure, there isn’t any any plan for a component two or something like that for Òlòtūré. We truly delivered what we got down to ship and that is it”.
He added that the top displays the ‘unfairness of life’ and is typical of his movie endings. “From ‘Confusion Na Wa’ to ‘Òlòtūré’, it’s what I see round. I imply the unfairness of life is throughout us. There are different movies that make you cheerful”.
The filmmaker additionally reacted to some detrimental critiques the movie has obtained since its Netflix premiere.
On why the character Alero (Omoni Oboli) smoked a cigarette in each scene she appeared in, Gyang revealed the seasoned actress first recommended the thought of smoking in each scene albeit not being a smoker in actual life.
He additional disclosed that the smoke did nicely for aesthetics, another excuse he let it fly. Òlòtūré tells a story based on sex trafficking and stars Sharon Ooja, Omoni Oboli, Omowunmi Dada, Lala Akindoju amongst others.