Greed’ release on Netflix? Know all about the Nigerian film

Dare Olaitan directed film Ojukokoro: Greed is all set to premiere on Netflix after over 4 years of its theatrical release. The film’s poster and when it arrives on the platform was lately shared by Olaitan in a put up on his Instagram feed. Read alongside to search out out what time does Ojukokoro: Greed release on Netflix.

What time does Ojukokoro: Greed release on Netflix; discover out right here

Ojukokoro: Greed is lastly set to reach on Netflix, in simply at some point’s time on Friday, April 9, 2021. Netflix often releases all the exhibits and titles which can be set to stream on it, precisely at the midnight on the scheduled date, following Pacific Time. According to this, the film is predicted to reach on Netflix, at midnight on April 9, 2021, for the audiences in the US. Viewers from India can stream Ojukokoro: Greed put up 1:30 pm IST in the afternoon of Friday. Italian subscribers and Mexico subscribers can stream the film from 8 am and a pair of am onwards, respectively. While Australian audiences can tune in after 7 pm, those that are in Spain will have the ability to catch the film after 9 am.

More particulars about Ojukokoro: Greed

Ojukokoro: Greed launched in theatres on March 17, 2017, in Nigeria and was critically acclaimed. The film was produced by its director Dare Olaitan, in collaboration with Olufemi D. Ogunsanwo beneath the banners Singularity Media, House Gabriel Studios and BCI Studios. The run time of the film is 1 hour and 50 minutes and options an ensemble cast together with Wale Ojo, Tope Tedela, Charles Etubiebi, Seun Ajayi, Shawn Faqua, Ali Nuhu, Somkele Iyamah, Emmanuel Ikubese and Afeez Oyetoro.

The film is premised round the lifetime of a supervisor of a shady petrol pump who’s low on earnings and financial savings and at some point decides to steal from his employer. However, in a flip of occasions, he realises that he’s not the just one who’s eyeing the cash. The film had Baba Agba on board as its cinematographer, whereas it was edited by Seun Opabisi. Ojukokoro: Greed was made in the English, Yoruba and Bini languages.

Promo Image Source: Dare Olaitan Instagram

 

 

This article was first printed in www.republicworld.com

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