The poet, Echezonachukwu Nduka has a new poetry film for the poem “Where the Road Leads”. This is the third visual representation for his poems from a forthcoming poetry album. “Where the Road Leads” first appeared in BrittlePaper weeks ago in written form to a large audience, which probably inspired the visual. And as expected, the film, a collection of clips, fit in where words can’t necessary fit properly. It is worth your time.
So far, Mr Nduka, a musicologist and lecturer has explored the use of visuals for the adequate delivery of his poems and it is working magic. His debut was “We Wear Purple Robes” (2015) and “Listen” (2016) followed
“Where the Road Leads” is a modern day elegy. The film opens with a beautiful view of a churchyard and cuts to the fine poet, seated, dishing out only what he could do best, juxtaposing fineness and death.
“Where the Road Leads” was released under Apostheosis Art House. You should watch and share.
Watch Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fx_5Vwq4g34