Oscar Heman-Ackah cried and bled to produce Finding Messiah – Kemi Adetiba

Movie director Kemi Adetiba has pointed out the many efforts her filmmaker husband Oscar Heman-Ackah put into producing his first feature film Finding Messiah.

Kemi and Oscar trended on social media when the teaser of the film which was released on March 27 went viral with many positive reviews.

On Tuesday, Kemi Adetiba posted one of the reviews on her Instagram account in which she applauded her husband, saying he worked, cried and bled to make the film.

The King of Boys director said she cried like a baby when she saw the review and watched the critic’s reaction to the teaser.

She wrote: “The type of PRIDE I’ve felt in my heart for @oscarhemanackah the last couple days is indescribable. My heart sincerely could explode with joy and happiness.

“I WITNESSED the process, and trust me… It was far from easy. But this man showed up every day, killing himself to bring this CRAZY dream alive. He did it afraid… But he DID IT!! While is mortal body was petrified at the scale and magnitude of the mission he had chosen to embark on, the God that sent him on the mission in the first place, gave him the courage and the strength to push on afraid.

“I stumbled on this video of @jsiloop on YouTube and I cried like a BABY watching his real-time reaction to the FINDING MESSIAH trailer.

“I’m SO PROUD of you @oscarhemanackah . You said you’d do it… You worked for it… You cried on it… You bled for it… And you DID IT!! And this is just the tip of the iceberg, cos the actual movie and soundtrack … 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 And it’s incredible standing on the side and witnessing you put greatness together.

Like I said before, Your an actual GENIUS… And I know FINDING MESSIAH is your love letter to every African, wherever you may be.”

Written and directed by Oscar, the film features veteran acts like Pete Edochie, Ngozi Ezeonu, Taiwo Ajayi-Lycett, Alex Usifo, and Ejike Asiegbu.

Starring also are the veteran singer Daddy Showkey, actors Sunshine Rosman, Bucci Franklin, Susan Peters and Uzi Kwednu.