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(81): Kannywood Movie Review: There’s a Way

Production :    Jammaje Productions Producer:        Abba El-Mustapha Director :         Falalu A. Dorayi Year:              2016 Cast :              Nuhu  Abdullahi, Hajara Jalingo, Abba El-Mustapha, Zainab Booth,   Sani Mu’azu, Umar Malumfashi and others God bless the dichotomy between the rich and the poor, or as the socialists call it: the gap between the lower, the bourgeoisie and the upper classes. If it did not exist, the arts would, perhaps, have to invent one for stories to have conflict, upon which many films, novels, dramas, etc. rely on to intrigue us. This has been the trend since the Victorian Age, or before, with Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist down to Femi Osofisan’s Marxist-influenced plays, and so on and so forth. Class consciousness is sadly here to stay with us. Hausa film industry is equally not short of films based on this global theme. There’s a Way is just another addition to that archive, though in a new style: