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#BNMovieFeature: Watch Dayo Amusa, Mike Ezuruonye, Desmond Elliot, Iyabo Ojo, Bukky Wright in “Unforgivable”



Hey BellaNaijarians,

We’ve officially kicked off a weekly segment born of our love for movies and series, titled BN Movie Feature.

This Saturday we are sharing a 2013 movie with you.

The movie “Unforgiveable” by Dayo Amusa stars Mike Ezuruonye, Desmond Elliot, Iyabo Ojo, Fathia Balogun, Adeniyi Johnson, and Bukky Wright.

The Synopsis
Unforgivable depicts different characters with the subject of love gone sour, cancer, and violence against women, repentance, death, and regret. This movie starts with an old man making a flashback to the past. In the past Damola {Wale Akanbi} is seen as a womanizer who derives pleasure in taking advantage of girls to fill his sexual desires. He has a friend by the name Richard {Niyi Johnson} who is the direct opposite of him. Unlike his friend Damola who is a womanizer, Richard is a composed smart guy who loves to read and hardly has time for girls.  We are faced with a love triangle when Richard is madly in love with Adesewa {Ibironke Ashaolu} but Adesewa is in love with Damola, she tries all she can to win him over and she finally succeeds. In the Present Adesewa  {Dayo Amusa} against all odds marries Damola  {Mike Ezuruonye} who ends up maltreating her, beating her and even raping her.

Watch it below.


  1. Hannah

    August 19, 2017 at 4:57 am

    Mike Ezerounye Personally I don’t think dude is a good actor at all (his delivery and changing his tones in different scenes can be so annoying but trust nollywood to praise mediocrity, now he probably believe he’s an A list actor) extremely overrated actor. but in this movie surprisingly he did excellent in this movie. He speaks fluent Yoruba and he played the role well. He should stick to roles like this.

  2. Mo81

    August 19, 2017 at 8:50 am

    This is a really nice movie, one of the best Nigerian movie i have seen, well done Dayp Amusa and the entire cast.

  3. bolaji

    August 19, 2017 at 10:37 am

    Can we please stop using the term ‘Nigerian movies’ as a genre? The story lines all fall into the usual genres of Drama, Comedy etc. That way we can also stop making random statements like, this is the ‘best Nigerian movie’ ever made! 🙂

  4. John Matilda

    August 19, 2017 at 12:10 pm

    I cried, this movie was beautifully scripted, Weldone to the cast and crew

  5. What happened to Desmond's head

    August 20, 2017 at 11:51 am

    That’s my only question.

    Excellent Nigerian movie by the way. One of the best I’ve watched so far.

  6. Me

    August 20, 2017 at 1:02 pm

    This morning in is beautiful and touching. Thumbs up Dayo Amusa

  7. Gregg Nwoko

    August 25, 2017 at 12:01 pm

    this movie is well created, the story line is pure and a real life event.Dayo did her best with the entire cast.I never knew Mike cud speak Yoruba so well.mike has always been a great actor.Desmont a gifted talent,bukky,iyabo and fathia a woman I admire.well done guys, well done Dayo Ur superb.A Nigerian movie that has made my eyes wet.??

    • Wale Vintage

      August 26, 2017 at 1:24 pm

      I agree with you, I am surprised both Mike and Desmond spoke Yoruba. Not the best movie i have seen even though I enjoyed the plot and effort. They did match the cast- the younger college versions of each character well with their adult characters. The medical/hospital part as always was not well researched, even though they seem to have good actors to play the physicians, what they were trying to communicate about ovarian cancer which should have been a teachable moment was not well delivered. An attempt was made in the waiting room when both friends were discussing this-not the right timing and certainly not the correct symptoms. They also failed to tie it to her husband who could have brought infected her with hpv from his philandering. Most women die of stds that they caught directly from there husband’s philandering.
      I Am really liking these new crop of nollywood movies, especially the Yoruba vs traditional nollywood fusion. To think this was made 4yrs ago.
      Finally, I think the moral of the story is to let men evolve naturally and women should stop forcing themselves on men especially when they are not ready. Most importantly, the man must love you more than you love him, same message I pass on to my girl friends. Let him value you,that is the only way he will cherish you. Richard’s wife ended up with the prize.

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