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A young man having encountered numerous life challenging travails decides to end it all by taking his own life, but first, he must seek out his creator and tell him a piece of his mind.

  • Lota Chukwu
  • Fidelia Unifoh
  • Nora Awolowo
  • Charles Etubiebi
    Key Cast
  • Joseph Imoikor
    Key Cast
  • Nora Awolowo
    Life At The Bay
  • Nora Awolowo
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    17 minutes 18 seconds
  • Production Budget:
    1,400 USD
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    Black Magic Braw
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Distribution Information
  • Nora Awolowo
    Country: Nigeria
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Lota Chukwu

Ugwu Lotachukwu is a Nigerian actor popularly known as Lota Chukwu. She gained popularity after starring in popular Nigerian TV series, JENIFA’S DIARY where she played the role of "Kiki", a friend of the lead character, Jenifa. She is also a yoga fitness enthusiast, the host LOTA TAKES (a food and lifestyle blog) and the creator of LOTAS CHOW FILES.
Lota was born on November 29, 1989 and raised in Benin city but she is originally from Nsukka, Enugu, Nigeria. Lota is the last of four children of her parents. She studied Agricultural Economics and Extension at the University of Benin then subsequently Acting at the Royal Arts Academy in Lagos, Nigeria.
Before acting, Lota was a model and participated in the 2011 edition of Most Beautiful Girl In Nigeria representing Yobe State. She started her acting in 2011. She has also starred in movies like The Royal Hibiscus Hotel, Falling, Fine Girl, The Arbitration, Dognapped, Africa Magic’s Ajoche and Enakhe and recently Native Media’s Mystic Rivers on Netflix where the plays the role of “Ebere”
Lota has been nominated in two different award categories; Scream All Youth Awards (Film Revelation of the Year (Female) 2016) and City People Entertainment Awards (Best New Actress of the Year (English) 2017).

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Director Statement

David is a film that is dear to my heart. I wanted to tell a story that was both realistic, and sentimental to my Christian belief. As Christians, we have all been faced with situations where we felt abandoned by God. So many questions left unanswered, or were they? It’s important to me that no one feels isolated in their faith and I hope I have used my art to do that. The cast and crew were unimaginably helpful in bringing this dream to life. When you watch this, I hope you remember you’re not alone even when it seems it’s your darkest hour.

Lota Chukwu
Director: David.