We Made a Movie! | The Road to Nollywood #2

I hired a Nigerian film crew to make a movie about me. I figure the best way to help those in developing countries is to give them work. What do you think?

“By d Grace of God” is based on a true story of my interactions with a Liberian man named Joel. You can learn about the story by visiting http://www.bydgraceofgod.com

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Author: Rafael

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26 thoughts on “We Made a Movie! | The Road to Nollywood #2

  1. I mean I'm glad the guy passed out bookbags to two children but they didn't seem to be very grateful or happy or smiling they were very loud and Rowdy I actually kind of scared for the guy who was passing out the book bag but obviously that wasn't exactly like the very first when I saw that brought me to tears the one that actually showed the guy laying on the bed this skipped a lot of the information that was a guest in the scripts mean I guess this young man is trying to become a movie person but without proper setup and proper direction give the movie about a 5 there was no sound very disoriented he needs a little bit more work on his feminine and directions with a crowd of people this was really out of control just like you told Joe that he needed to work on his photography that's obviously mid-work on his son Max and direction I'll give it a four for effort I guess I hope you don't feel like you were scammed by this person claiming to be a filmmaker I'll maybe a student filmmaker perhapsI guess with a bit more practice he could possibly get a bit better but this is pretty much average of a guy out of school taking some possible film-making but professional wise not so much but if it meant giving a job to someone who was trying to become a filmmaker then I'll give that at 7I guess I'm a bit spoiled from the first one I sawI can sometimes be like that but you are doing a good job Pleasant green keep up the good work

  2. Across the world, a man was inspired by this story, and he wanted to share it with others. He assembled a group of people to help him tell that story; a crew, actors, children, a community. I would have nothing but gratitude for what he created. It is not a thing to be judged, only praised.

  3. All the pictures of Joel giving kids bags in original story they weren't smiling so I think it was portrayed well for that part atleast.

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