Richard Okezie decides to leave Sylvia, his lifelong imaginary friend and lover for Gbemi a flesh-and-blood real woman, but complications arise when Sylvia decides to destroy Richard's peaceful life.

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Critic Reviews (6)

6.5
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  1. Positive: 5 Out of 6
  1. Mixed: 1 Out of 6
  1. Negative: 0 Out of 6
Critical Consensus: Good.
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Pulse.ng

11 Oct 2018
7.0
"Given that spirit husband or wives is a well-explored theme in old-era Nollywood, Sylvia is a modern update, but it’s too hackneyed to leave a lasting impression." ...
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mamazeus.com.ng

26 Sep 2018
8.0
"While the story is largely themed around the belief in the paranormal, it successfully brings to light issues that you’ll find relatable. From selfish men to hell hath no fury like a woman scorned." ...
1

Bonggis

24 Sep 2018
7.0
"Mental illness, hibiscus flowers, symbolism, spiritual husband and wife, thriller, lack of deliverance – whatever it is – it was a good show." ...
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Bella Naija

24 Sep 2018
6.0
"A woman scorned does harm in Daniel Oriahi’s Sylvia" ...
1

Cinema Pointer

21 Sep 2018
8.0
"Recommended. 'Sylvia' is brilliant as she is poignant." ...
1

THISDAY

02 Sep 2018
8.0
"Written by Vanessa Kanu, Sylvia is a careful exposé on the African mythology about the relationship between the spiritual and the material world, if perceived through the cultural lens." ...

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Release Date(s):

May 3, 2018 (NollywoodWeek Paris film festival, France)
September 21, 2018 (Nigeria)
October 20, 2018 (Africa Movie Academy Awards, Rwanda)

Executive Producer(s):

Babatunwa Aderinokun, Uchenna Okocha

Cinematography:

Idhebor Kagho

Screenplay:

Vanessa Kanu

Editor:

Jude Chidebe

Production Designer:

Victor Akpan

Production Manager:

Ronke Ogunmakin

Music:

Michael Truth Ogunlade

Sound:

Michael Truth Ogunlade, Samson Olowo

Original Score:

Michael Truth Ogunlade

Production Company:

Trino Motion Pictures

Distribution Company:

Trino Motion Pictures

Language:

English

Runtime:

130 minutes

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