Ramsey Nouah makes his directional debut with the sequel of Living-in-Bondage

Ramsey Nouah Makes His Directional Debut With ‘Living In Bondage’ Sequel

By Yetunde Adeyeri
Ramsey Nouah makes his directional debut with the sequel of Living-in-Bondage
Nollywood actor Ramsey Nouah is joining the wagon of actor turn director. He is taking new leaps in the industry. The 48-year-old is making his directional debut with the sequel of ‘Living In Bondage’.
Debut director, Ramsey Nouah, himself a Nollywood actor of humongous repute said:

I could not have asked for a bigger platform on which to make my directorial debut. From the power of this story, the intensity of the script, the cache of the cast and the quality of my technical support, there is no story as fascinating as Living In Bondage: Breaking Free. It is truly the movie maker’s dream project – and I should know working on both sides of the camera. I cannot wait to pack cinema seats with this true movie magical work.

Living in Bondage: Breaking Free is the story of Nnamdi, Andy Okeke‘s mysterious son, and his vaunting quest for the big life, one that he would do whatever it took to realize. Nnamdi’s untamed quest for the quick buck, fast car, easy living, inevitably took him on a perilous journey that is better told by the cast of stellar performers, classic and current, including Kenneth Okonkwo, Kanayo O. Kanayo, Enyinna Nwigwe, Nancy Isime, and Munachi Abii.

This movie is created by Play Network Africa in conjunction with Native Filmworks, the movie is co-produced by award-winning producer, Steve Gukas, Dotun Olakurin, and Charles Okpaleke; and directed by Nollywood star Ramsey Nouah. Written by Nicole Asinugo and C.J. Obasi, Living in Bondage: Breaking Free has an original score produced by Larry Gaaga which features A-list Afrobeats artistes.

The filming of this high rolling, international gold standard epic, started in June 2018, with locations in Lagos, Owerri, Durban, South Africa, and beyond. Living in Bondage: Breaking Free will be released nationwide on November 8, 2019.

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