Movie Review: “Dark Corner,” Produced By Seun Adejumobi

Reviewed By Ajibare Abioye

Dark Corner is a production of Fruit Bearers’ Films. After getting a seemingly inconsequential opening scene out of the way, it settles into its story centred on Gift, a Christian lady on the verge of next levels in her life. The film shows the importance of illumination for the eyes of our hearts. God knows who everyone really is; therefore, He’s the only One that can reveal the depths of wickedness in a man’s soul, as well as the future ramifications of our present decisions.

Dark Corner further demonstrates the beauty of having godly friends, while avouching how even mentor-mentee relationships need to be umpired by God’s truth. Going forward, it should be noted that more investment in character development is essential to getting the audience emotionally infused to the story.

 

The link to the movie https://youtu.be/Yj_nbBqldOQ


Dark Corner (2022)
Fruit Bearers’ Films
67 minutes

Cast
MaryAnne Enereba as Gift
Tunrayo Falade as Mama
Olalekan Adesina (Elgee) as Remilekun
IfeOluwa Adejumobi as Faith
Seun Adejumobi as Fred Badejo
Jide Ogunmilade as Baba
John Oguntuase as Raymond


Director
Seun Adejumobi
Writer
Opeyemi Gbadebo
Cinematographer
Dosunmu Davd, Oreofe Johnson
Editor
Abiola Babatola ‘Nattytunez’
Composer
Sewedo Wusa


Till the next review, stay blessed!

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