Movie Review: Knocking On Heaven’s Door : A Replica Of Blossom Chukwujekwu Real Life Story
This week we will be reviewing a blockbuster movie, 'Knocking on Heaven’s Door. ' Even its an old box office make, the major characters especially the person of Blossom Chukwujekwu real life could be xrayed in this story unexpectedly.
The movie, Knocking on Heaven’s Door from the stables of the Royal Arts Academy tells the story of a musically talented young woman/wife who is married to an insecure and selfish brutish man. Relate this to Blossom who would find himself in his first marriage which hit the rocks.
The cast seemed well thought out as they had a somewhat newbie in the production as the female lead. Debbie was played by Adesuwa Etomi. (Take note, this was the first major lead character that Adesua Welligton played and she did a great job). She handled the timid, obedient and humble wife role well. Kudos to her, the monologue scene and her slowing, becoming senile were lovely.
For the lead male role, Mr. Chukwujekwu who played her husband and manager was spotted on. Blossom did himself a service by taking this role. It does need some more work to be able to carry on with ease, especially if it’s not one’s nature but as a psychotic angry maniac, selfish and insecure character, he handled it well. In real life, maybe in Blossom's marriage, his wife would have depicted the image in this movie.
Majid played a perfect role in this production as a perfect music producer.
Production and directorial was pretty clean. More editing was necessary, for instance, the pastors’ scenes, the dancing scene, the long opening scene that we truly didn’t need and the list goes on. There were some okay songs,
Some attention needs to go into choreography and dying scenes, in our movies and in this production. It falls directly under his purview.
“Knocking on Heavens Door” provided nothing new under the sun, neither did it spark any empathy to the real situation that might be going on. However, it addresses the trending issue in the society, domestic violence