Watch The Short Film ‘The Exit Interview: Hiring The Intern’
Babajide Aroyewun directed the short film.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Boats Films has published the highly awaited sequel to the 2020 short film ‘The Exit Interview.’
The 19-minute sequel, titled ‘Hiring the Intern,’ continues to investigate vices in Nigerian business environments, with subjects such as employee exploitation, harassment, gender imbalance, and, on occasion, blackmail.
The sequel is set in the same organization as the first film, with the recruitment manager attempting to find a replacement for Amaka (Caroline Igben).
After several futile tries, the recruitment manager (Heaven Kalu) notices an unexpected candidate who appears to have the potential to fit exactly into Amaka’s shoes.
Momachi Godson plays Susan Maduka, a young job seeker, in the major role this time.
Susan has a pleasant conversation with the recruiting manager, but her agenda is set for the CFO (Adeyemi Adesina), whom she claims to have known since her university days.
Babjide Aroyewun directs and Boats Films produces ‘The Exit Interview: Hiring the Intern.’ It features new characters such as Adesina Adeyemi, Celestine Omin, and Sarahbelle Ajufo, as well as recurring ones such as Heaven Kalu and Chidinma Ifunanyachi.
Watch the Short Film:
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