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Nudity in African movies, should it be allowed or banned? Because if nobody says or do anything about nudity in Nollywood and African movies, it will eventually get out of control.
African movies have made tremendous progress over the years but some are becoming so dirty that it’s making mockery of our film makers and actors. Because of fame and some chicken change money, actors go nude in movies without thinking of the moral effect.
It is very pathetic, when these movies and photos leak to the media, is either they keep longer heads with the publisher or they beg bloggers to take it offline. Indirectly, these actors are aware that their nude scenes and photos are nothing less compared to pornography scenes and images. Such is the new movie set to be released soon titled AGAFE from the stables of Lucky Geo Ventures.
On the poster currently being circulated is a naked Frank Artus and a naked lady whose face remains anonymous.
It is believe that sex posters have positive sales on movies therefore even when there’s no nude or sex scene in the movie producers tend to use it as a marketing strategy. But how far should they go with this?
Already, the Nigerian goverment and task force have begin clamping down on businesses selling pornographic materials in the street, such as sex magazines, cartoon sex, sex posters, etc., now; why should African film-makers produce African movies with nudity?
Should Nollywood and African movies with nude scenes be banned or allowed in the African film industry?