Happy Birthday black beauty Christabel Momodu
You rock 24/7.
I thank God for you and wishing you many happier returns of the day.
Keep smiling and keep shining.
|1935||Sanders of the River||Klova|
|1945||The Man from Morocco||Jeremiah|
|1946||Men of Two Worlds||Magole|
|1947||The End of the River||Harrigan|
|1949||The Hasty Heart||Blossom|
|1954||West of Zanzibar||M'Kwongi|
|1957||Abandon Ship||Sam Holly|
|1957||Tarzan and the Lost Safari||Chief Ogonooro|
|1958||The Naked Earth||Tall Bearer|
|1959||The Nuns Story||Kalulu|
|1960||Killers of Kilimajaro||Chief||Chief|
|1963||Call me Bwana||Chief||Tribal Chief|
|1965||A Boy Ten Feet Tall||Abu Lubaba|
|1973||Kongi's Harvest||Dr. Gbenga|
‘Half of a Yellow Sun’ explores UK colonial legacy in Nigeria
While ‘Half of a Yellow Sun’ has been praised as one of just a handful of British films that engage with Britain’s post-imperial legacy in Nigeria, critics say it doesn’t do the book justice describing it as "a diverting but surface-level saga".
Half of a Yellow Sun, backed by the BFI Film Fund, is in cinemas from 18 April 2014.
Chiwetel Ejiofor: 'I find racial concepts fascinating'Tweet
He spent a large chunk of last year banishing family demons in Nigeria, where he filmed the British-financed Half of a Yellow Sun, based on Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's brilliant book about the Biafran war. The conflict prompted his parents to flee the country, emigrating to London, where they had Chiwetel, along with his elder brother and two younger sisters. The fighting also uprooted his grandfather, a story Ejiofor captured on tape a few years ago.