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While explaining more about his film ‘Reflection’, Desmond said that the idea of the film came about when he was on a course in Georgia, United States of America, and a Jamaican-American called and told him about the project and the actors she wanted to be in the movie.He said the lady, though not an African has enormous passion for Africa and Africans, and loves watching African films, for which she had designed the project on the movie ‘Reflection’.Therefore he said, every time he visits Sierra Leone, he sees the need to show to the world the beauty of this country from socio-cultural point of view.Moreover, he revealed, pictorially, taking an aerial view of the country, and from a critical point of view of a film maker, he maintained that Sierra Leone should actually be like “Hollywood” for West Africa, because of its “awesome topography”.However, Desmond said when he then read through the project, he said “I saw it having more meaning in a country like Sierra Leone”.He went on to say that the film deals with a typical Sierra Leonean family, where the lady loses her husband just after getting married.This category of people, he said, is considered biologically connected to Sierra Leone back in Nigeria.Having spent couple of months in Sierra Leone doing a movie entitled “Reflections” he said he chose Sierra Leone to do the movie for three reasons; one being from the fact that he has always been a lover of the word “one Africa”.
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These two ol'buddies have always being best friends - they have come a long way.
Desmond calls Uche his "Holly Nolly sister and bestie' while she calls him "my brother, my love, brother from another mother and Desmond Elliot and Uche Jombo have been together for a long time…that’s enough time longer than many celebrity marriages.
He said about three months ago, he shot a film in Liberia where he included Sierra Leoneans, Nigerians, Ghanaians and other nationals, and that he is in Sierra Leone to do a movie that completely depicts the socio-cultural concept of Sierra Leone and Sierra Leoneans.
In his ‘Reflection’ film moreover, he said he also endeavoured to include other nationals including Liberians, Ghanaians, Malawians etc, all in one production to enable him send the message the movie is all about.
Desmond maintained that in Orologbo, people who carry names such as Elliot, Kings and Macauleys etc.