Nancy Isime and Olumide Oworu Star in New Inkblot Thriller, ‘Saving Onome’ – In Cinemas April 5

Nancy Isime and Olumide Oworu Star in New Inkblot Thriller, ‘Saving Onome’ – In Cinemas April 5

Inkblot Productions is set to release its much-anticipated thriller, “Saving Onome”, on April 5, 2024. The film, directed by Dimeji Ajibola and featuring Nancy Isime and Olumide Oworu, is expected to make a significant impact in cinemas across the country.

Inkblot, known for popular hits such as “Far from Home” and “A Weekend To Forget”, is ready to make its mark in 2024 with its first cinematic release of the year. “Saving Onome” is predicted to captivate audiences nationwide, thanks to a compelling script penned by rising talent Janobest Isaac, and the visionary direction of Dimeji Ajibola. The film was brought to life by Inkblot co-founders Chinaza Onuzo and Zulumoke Oyibo.

Filmed in Lagos, “Saving Onome” offers a distinct Nigerian narrative. It follows the journey of a working-class couple who are pushed to their limits when their daughter needs immediate medical intervention. This engaging thriller blends elements of family dynamics, desperation, greed, and betrayal to deliver a captivating cinematic experience.

The film features stellar performances from lead actors Nancy Isime and Olumide Oworu, supported by an impressive cast that includes industry veterans Keppy Ekpeyong, Femi Jacobs, Ashionye Michelle Raccah, renowned actors Mary Lazarus, Kelechi Udegbe, and popular comedians Nasboi and Nosa Rex. “Saving Onome” continues Inkblot’s tradition of showcasing top-tier Nollywood talent.

For Dimeji Ajibola, acclaimed director of “Shanty Town”, “Saving Onome” marks his inaugural collaboration with Inkblot. Ajibola expressed his pride in the film, noting that it allowed him to delve into powerful themes of family and love while maintaining his signature thriller style. He commended the cast and crew for their dedication and thanked Inkblot Productions for the opportunity. Ajibola eagerly anticipates the audience’s reaction to the film.

Chinaza Onuzo, co-founder of Inkblot, emphasized the company’s ongoing commitment to delivering exciting, relatable films to Nigerian audiences. He expressed optimism that high-quality Nigerian films with broad appeal will continue to attract both local and international viewers.

Onuzo highlighted “Saving Onome” as one of their most ambitious projects to date. He expressed gratitude to the director and the exceptional cast and crew for bringing the story to life. The film offers a classic narrative with a unique African twist, reflecting the complex interplay between heroes and villains in today’s world. Onuzo looks forward to the lively discussions that will follow the film’s nationwide release on April 5, 2024.

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