Publisher: World Heralds
Author: Eric M Turnbull
The classic Technicolor used in The Woman King epics were usually dramatic events with stars winning in the heat of battle.
Prince-Bythewood has consistently created films that are both sweet and bitter, irrespective of the genre.
This story set in Dahomey which is situated in modern-day Benin, during the 1830s, follows the life of General Nanisca.
Dahomey's primary defender, Nanisca, believes that king should quit Slave trade in the Atlantic as a way to increase profit.
Driven by fears for their own safety and the issue of dwindling resources, the Dahomey people are forced to rely on Nanisca, a woman with the power to craft objects from her soul.
The Woman King forces you to think about difficult issues rather than letting the story downplay them.
Davis portrays a character whose elegance conceals a great deal of concealed pain in a powerful, uncompromising, and steely performance
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