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  1. Nigus
    Nigus at |

    I think some of your Nigerian critics would say that the film is not reflective of Nigeria or Nigerians, that is simply a figment of your imaginary fantasy of Africans induced by your gay bias. How would you meet such criticisms?

    1. Mike Daemon
      Mike Daemon at |

      Well, the film is not meant to represent Nigeria, or Nigerians in its entirety or anyone in particular. But its a story of true love. It is meant to prove that love can and does exist between two men. It proves that Love will always win regardless. We have seen that happen and still happening in different parts of the world, and Yes in Nigeria, there exist same-sex couples who love each other deeply.

  2. jerbearinsantafe
    jerbearinsantafe at |

    Reblogged this on Fairy JerBear's Queer World News, Views & More From The City Different – Santa Fe, NM and commented:
    An inspirational film you might want to catch…


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