Leila Djansi’s Sinking Sands Movie

This Nollywood goes Hollywood movie definitely looks like it is going to be one to watch out for and starring Nollywood’s very own Yemi Blaq! Goooo Yemi!

African Academy Award-nominee Leila Djansi’s much anticipated movie “Sinking Sands,” starring Jimmy Jean-Louis, introducing Ama K. Abebrese, and Yemi Blaq. The film tells the story of a couple, Jimah (Jean-Louis) and Pabi (Abebrese) in a loving marriage which turns into one of violence and abuse when Jimah becomes disfigured in a domestic accident.

Other Nollywood names in the movie from the Ghanaian movie industry are Chris Attoh, Doris Sackitey and Grace Nortey.

Check out the trailer:

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  1. Jonny Boy says:

    Hi,

    Why do you keep calling Ghanaian Movies Nollywood movie? Please you need to stop this practice. It is very deceptive.

    • Nollywood says:

      I'm sorry if you don't like it but that's how its going to stay on this site. For me nigerian and ghanaian movies are very similar in theme as well as the way they are made and distributed. There is also a huge crossover in terms of Naija actors in Ghanaian movies and vice versa.

  2. AL says:

    I agree with Jonny boy. Why the hell would you call such a movie a Nollywood movie? Are you blind? Who told you Doris Sackitey and Chris Attoh are Nollywood actors? Stop being ignorant and accept your mistakes. Do a better job next time…you're such a disgrace!

    • Betty Boop says:

      She has done nothing wrong… you are even lucky she's explained her rationale to you. there is no need to be rude. Only cowards hide behind internet to say idiotic things. insecure much?

      Plus, stop coming here if it disgusts you so. Nonsense. Mtchew

  3. NANA ABA says:

    DAT'S NIGERIANS 4 U, THEY ALWAYS WANT 2 TAKE CREDIT 4 ANYTHING GUD……IF DIS WAS A SHIT GHOLLYWOOD MOVIE AM SUCH HE WON'T BE SAYING BE SAYING WE HAVE SIMILAR THEMES. MAKE SUCH U SAY THIS ABT ALL GHOLLYWOOD MOVIES….

    • Nollywood says:

      I have always referred to both Nigerian and Ghanaian movies as Nollywood. There are plenty of "shit" ones I have referred to as such as well. You only need to go to the BIN IT section.

  4. May i please know the creator of this "Nolly-wood" reviewer? Seriously, if you're going to be serious reviewing movies, do so with enough integrity… Not for the fun of it because- it ain't funny anyways. Thank you

    • nwanyiOwerri says:

      Please help me to understand. You actually went to someone else's blog to tell them how to review movies????? ARE YOU MAD, HIGH OR JUST TERMINALLY STUPID. If you dont like the reviews ok, I get that. But to insist on how another free human conducts their affairs?????? You have got to be friggin kidding me.

  5. Jonny Boy says:

    No offense, but you sound very arrogant.

    Why don't you just call them African movies which they are?

    You said, "..There is also a huge crossover in terms of Naija actors in Ghanaian movies and vice versa….I agreed and that's the more reason we should be calling them African Movies. By the way, how would it sound to you if somebody is calling all Nigerian movies Ghallywood movies??? I personally don't even like the names Nollywood and Ghallywood. Is there movies cities in Africa called Nollywood and Ghallywood? We all know Hollywood is an actual movie city in the US. Why do we always want to copy everything Western no matter how stupid it sounds and looks?

    It is better we promote these movies properly as African movies and the actors/actresses as African actresses and actors.

    Please stop calling every African movie a Nollywood movie and also stop calling every African movie star a Nollywood star!!! Promoting all African movies as Nigerian (Nollywood) would not work.

    • nwanyiOwerri says:

      I think your life would be more comfortable if you removed the stick that is up your ass.

      • nwanyiOwerri says:

        To clarify I mean that projecting your own personal issues on everything makes for a sad life. Don't like the terms Nollywood and Ghallywood? Great. No law of the universe says you have to. But where do you get off telling someone what to do on their own blog? Whoever runs this blog has put in time and effort, only for you to waltz around here and tell him/her what will and will not work. Who died and made you god of blogs?

        If you have issues about being marginalized or whatever, work them out with a good therapist.

        DO NOT APPOINT YOURSELF TO THE POSITION OF POLICING ANOTHER INDIVIDUALS hard work.

        If you have an opposing viewpoint, state it and leave it at that. I can't believe any decent human being would have the gall to berate another on that other person's blog.

        The world does not run according to your viewpoint so kindly do not impose it on others. You are free to create your own blog and review whatever movies you like and call them whatever you like and then rude people can come there and tell you what to do. When that happens I am sure you will revel in the experience.

        While NollywoodForever and I do not always agree, I do not take it upon myself to tell him/her what to do. I state my disagreement in clear terms and move on. I DO NOT TELL HIM/HER how to run their blog. Suggestions are one thing, orders another.

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