…Regardless of its a number of flaws, Kemistrydiva manufacturing’s film (directed by Chris Iheuwa) makes a powerful assertion on the incessant circumstances of police brutality within the nation
The #EndSARS protests and the Lekki shootings are two main incidents that might be labeled among the many nation’s darkest moments. Nigerians are but to get better from it and constructing on that, Kemistrydiva Productions determined to make a brief movie, tackling the safety operatives which have gone towards the very oath they swore.
The Last Straw has a easy plot; barely a number of days after being the sufferer of police brutality, a person and his spouse should reside with what they by no means envisioned when the identical group of erring drive males launches a brutal assault on their son. It could not have the massive names which might be current in Nollywood however its material alone and the way in which it’s depicted makes it price seeing.
The actors portraying the corrupt safety officers deserve the very best reward as their scenes show to be the spotlight of the movie. There are a number of lapses right here and there and it has one or two transition points however in all, it is a commendable effort with spectacular execution.
The producers needed to halt its slated November launch final 12 months in order to not add to the stress brought on by the #EndSARS protests. It was seen by a choose few who had been a part of the launch/premiere in the identical November of final 12 months.
Now made obtainable on-line by way of YouTube, it’s billed as a memorial and is devoted to those that misplaced their lives by the hands of the safety operatives. It stars Frank Donga, Kemi Adekomi, Alex Osho, Chris Iheuwa, James Jibunma, Emmanuel Ilemobayo, Jide Ogunlana, Divine Anaba, and Moses Ajayi.