That is, if you’re watching the movie from the comfort of your own home. If you are in the house of a friend or getting your hair braided when this movie is playing, you have already left the comfort of your home. So ignore that last part after ‘Lagos.’
But read on …
It’s no secret that I love Nigerian movies. The question though is Why. That is what I intend to uncover in the next few posts on this topic. And like a good Nollywood movie, this series will extend well beyond Parts 1 and 2. Join me, will you?
1: To Learn New Vocabulary
To anyone who will listen, I am constantly ranting about how my Yoruba vocabulary has expanded since I started watching Yoruba movies. The same is true for the English movies. Let me give you an example. Continue reading