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The Gods Are Still Not To Blame movie trailer

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Published on Oct 17, 2012

The gods are STILL not to blame is a modern dramaturgical experiment about the classical philosophical discourse concerning the concept of destiny and fate element which was started by Sophillus Sophocles (c.496-406 BC) with Oedipus Rex around 430BC by Ola Rotimi (1938-1999) with a title, The Gods are not to Blame in 1968. It justifies the opinion that man is the architect of his own fortune and misfortune. It is a contemporary movie adaptation which the society, setting and language portrays a modernism and realism. written by Otun Rasheed, Produced by Mohammed Ayoub, Byron Ene, Carol King and Funke Fayoyin. Editor: Ayobami Ayolola, Chigozie Nnodim. Sound Designer: Olukunle Adegbite. Costume Designer: Jaiye Owolabi(mood deo). Music: Femi Kuti, Mike Aremu. Director: Funke Fayoyin.

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