Emerging Nollywood diva, Tolulope Oke, has completed work on her new film, ‘Cookie Spot’.
According to the delectable actress, the film teaches hope and resilience in the face of daunting obstacles.
“I tried to project life and its possibilities. Cookie Spot is a story of survival; there’s always a means for survival,” she tells TCN.
The movie’s storyline challenges women to strive for the best and possess “the strong will to succeed against all odds.”
Oke believes that the Nigerian film industry has found its bearing and is improving technically as it has already gained global attention; adding that culture and tradition can be projected more positively in Nollywood films.
“There are some perspectives that should be changed in storylines; the voodoo aspects give people wrong impression that anything can happen and that there are no social resolutions to issues. But 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, juju or witchcraft,” Oke opined.
The film features actors such as Dejumo Lewis, Funsho Adeolu, Sola Sobowale, Ayo Adesanya, Bolanle Ninalowo and Omowunmi Dada, among others.