Out of the stables of Titan productions comes the Indigenous movie of the year, “A Silent Cry” – “Ekun Asunsinu”. The movie which has been slated for theatrical release on September 5th, 2014 is being distributed across selected cinemas by FilmOne distribution. A unique, intricately crafted story, delivered with dexterity by the finest of thespians in the Yoruba movie industry, A Silent Cry, will capture the visual attention of Nigerians, irrespective of tribe, as top notch professionalism was deployed in ensuring subtitling meets the set standard.
The movie was directed by Desmond Elliot and parades A-list Yoruba stars; Adebayo Salami, Toyin Aimakhu Johnson, Dayo Amusa, Yinka Quadri, Antar Laniyan, and Ayo Adesanya.
The story revolves around Tomiwa (Toyin Aimakhu), a young lady from a comfortable home, who falls into the deceptive net of her lover. Having committed an act termed as unforgivable by her father, she is thrown into the sea of loneliness and battles with the waves of indecision, betrayal and dark secrets that threatens her very existence and the unity of her family!.
According to the MD of FilmOne, Mr Kene Mkparu, “we believe in good organic content whether told in the official or indigenous language, that can boast of good production values. We want to support diligent producers with fresh ideas whose works speak for themselves”.
This is the debut movie from Titan productions, and with good production values spun around an interesting story, A Silent Cry, is indeed poised to top the Indigenous movie charts in 2014.
Watch A silent Cry trailer here: