The film — the first feature-length film to show at the festival — deals with "the bravery of women".
After India’s Bollywood, Nollywood is now the world’s second-busiest movie industry. It’s the second-largest employer in Nigeria
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Cast members include Benin's Grammy award-winning singer Angelique Kidjo, as well as actors from South Africa, Kenya, Ivory Coast and Morocco.
African films made it into the Palme d'Or in the last two years, with Chad's "Grigris" in 2013 and the much-lauded "Timbuktu", last year.
Cow blood was used until it made actors sick. Condoms full of red food colouring are now stuck to their chests for gloriously graphic death scenes.
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