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Watch The Insurgency Driven Thriller For ‘The Milkmaid’

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Inspired by the iconic image off the ten Naira note, An image that depicts two Fulani milkmaids. The Milkmaid follows the story of two Northern sisters caught up in the chaos of the militant insurgency in Northen Nigeria. The film aims to display the beauty and regality of the rural Fulani/Hausa culture.

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Featuring a list of first-timers, the movie is set to be one among few that shows the reality of Northern Nigerian. Aisha, the lead character is played by first-timer, Anthonieta Kaluntaa graduate of Theatre Arts from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. Fast-rising Kannywood star Maryam Booth (Hakkunde, Sons of Caliphate) plays the younger sister, Zainab. Gambo Usman Kona, a prominent actor from Taraba, plays the lead male character Dangana.

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The crew comprises veterans such as Pat Nebo, the art director for Kunle Afolayan’s The Figurine and October 1; Yinka Edward (Lionheart, 76, October 1) is the director of Photography. Desmond Ovbiagele, known for the under-viewed Render to Caeser, wrote the screenplay and is directing

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