Tolulope Oke‘s latest film ‘Cookie Spot’ is set for premiere on July 23 at Blue Pictures Cinema, City Mall in Lagos.
The premiere will usher I the much-awaited flick into the cinema houses across the country.
The film, according to Oke, who produced and co-starred init, seeks to inspire and help people thrive beyond the odds of life.
“I believe in hope and I tried to project life and its possibilities,” she says in a statement announcing the project.
She added that ‘Cookie Spot’ is a story of survival wherever you find yourself. There is always a means of survival.
“There is the need for women to support one another. The young women should see the bigger picture of whatever they are doing. Possibilities are endless in life. Whatever you are doing, you should not give up. You can always be a better person wherever you are. You should learn to survive in a way that will add value to others”.
The beautiful actress believes ‘Cookie Spot’ will challenge every young lady out there and women generally to have the strong will to succeed against all the odds in life.
The film features Adejumo Lewis, Funso Adeolu, Sola Shobowale, Ayo Adesanya, Bolanle Ninalowo, Omowunmi Dada and a host of others.
Commenting on the Nigerian movie industry, the University of Lagos-trained thespian opined that while trying to sell the country’s rich cultures through the motion picture, some perspectives should be changed in the storylines.
“In the real sense of it, selling our culture makes us unique but it should be done appropriately. Our culture should be projected positively not only about voodoo.
“The industry should always seek societal upliftment and project positive values. There are several innovative values that can impact the society,” she added.