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No, she doesn’t steal scenes…The scenes become her. A beautiful girl, she uses those eyes compellingly. Hers is the kind of unannounced presence that goes on to permeate the place and space. She oozes charisma, easily outshining others in the same scene with her merely by her gestures, even without lines. I think it is just a lack of polish, an absence of technique, the result of too many classes in the confusing schools of experience under the tutelage of directors that are themselves in need of directing, in dire need of schooling in their craft.
Some, like me, just sniff around and leave without a word. But isn’t Genevieve Nnaji slowly becoming the Nigerian movie industry’s first true superstar? It takes a series of factors to make this possible.
What else do you need to identify a superstar in the making? Can you imagine how many other fans like you are scattered around the world, waiting for her to respond to a phone call or email or personal visit? Nigerian movies are suddenly earning international attention (acclaim will come later!
Nigerians in the Diaspora and Africans have discovered how to connect with the cultures they left behind through watching Nigerian movies, which in turn has led many reputable international publications to do stories on the Nigerian phenomenon (the movies, not 419).
Oh, we should not ignore the GSM revolution in Nigeria, the ease of text messaging, the availability of phones to many youngsters who can now yap and yap and yap all day and night about the latest movie and star and…And Genevieve Nnaji, just at the appropriate age of 24, appears to be the front of this national and cross-continental conquest?
Nnaji is the one becoming more than a star, the superstar!