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Another cinema-goer, Joy, said the film sends out a message by mocking the intolerance and mistrust that often characterise relationships between Nigeria's different ethnic groups. "The movie is like two sides of Nigerians: the Igbos and Yorubas, the toughest part in Nigeria," she said. "It is like harmonising the two parts together and making us understanding why we need to be together, no matter the tribe." - Improving standards - Critics, the public and the vocal band of Nigerian cinema bloggers have called the film "superb" and "perfectly cast". They also agree 2016 was an "exceptional"

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