“Breaking of the Bush” Artus’s Cinematic Exploration of Tradition and Struggle

“Breaking of the Bush” Artus’s Cinematic Exploration of Tradition and Struggle

As a child, cartoon and African movies were my favorites. I admired the African stories depicted in these films, especially those featuring veteran actor, director, and producer Gregory Artus Frank, widely known as Frank Artus. His movie “Juetey (Children’s Business)” caught my attention, showcasing his dedication to acting. Over the years, he has carved a name for himself in Ghallywood, Nollywood, and now Lollywood.

Artus serves not just as an actor but as an inspiration to emerging talents and our generation. Hailing from a country where our films are yet to be fully embraced, he hasn’t let that hinder his push for recognition in the international movie market.

His recent project, “Breaking of the Bush,” stands out as an enlightening venture, delving into our traditions and culture. This movie serves as an educational tool for future generations. It portrays the struggles of a father striving to provide for his daughter, eventually facing consequences due to a wrong decision.

“Breaking of the Bush” can be streamed via the link below.


https://youtu.be/e9kxZDXJgO8?si=bynnwCqq83axoMPI

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