The official trailer for ’13 Letters’, GidiBoxOffice’s first original feature film, has been released ahead of its October theatrical release.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The romantic drama, directed and produced by Kayode Peters, tells the story of a chronic playboy who faces tremendous reaction when his ex-girlfriends vent their frustrations on social media.
In order to contain the damage, he must collaborate with a public relations firm that forces him to address his character defects.
’13 Letters’ stars Teddy A, Mofe Duncan, Bimbo Ademoye, Bolanle Ninolowo, Amanda Dara, Adedamola Adewole (Adeherself), Ariyike Dimples, Chris Iheuwa, and others from BBNaija. Pearl Agwu wrote the screenplay for the feature film.
Watch the trailer below:
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