Psychological fantasy movie ‘Sylvia’ is finally coming to Netflix l 5 Things that Should Matter Today


Psychological fantasy movie Sylvia is finally coming to Netflix and it’s long overdue. With the high flux of Nollywood titles coming to the streamer, Sylvia is an exciting addition, a Nollywood psychological romantic fantasy weaving two worlds where Zainab Balogun and Chris Attoh are childhood lovers in a dream state sequence. In the real world, Chris becomes older and finds another woman, jilting Zainab, and this sets her off on an interesting path of revenge.

After making its round in the film festival circuit, Daniel Oriahi’s Sylvia got released in 2018 to positive reviews. Written by Vanessa Kanu and distributed by TRINO Motion Pictures, the movie also stars Ini Dima Okojie, Udoka Oyeka, Lola 1, Ijeoma Grace Agu, Lord Frank, and Bolaji Ogunmola. Sylvia arrives Netflix July 15th.


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