“Once you see the inner beauty — put them behind a camera, light them properly, give them the necessary accessories — then there’s a whole new beauty.” In other words, it doesn’t matter how old we are, we can all look like Vogue models if the thought’s gone into the shoot and — more important still — a whole crew of artists has spent the day helping us feel comfortable in our own skin.Watch the transformation: Osborne released his Nyanye Project in time for International Women’s Day.This suspenseful film is full of surprises and I was truly impressed.The comedy was dry and reminiscent of British humor, which is right up my alley. In hamon’s free-to-play smartphone title, it features several million-year-old grannies that can probably fix you a nice treat with one hand, while bench-pressing you with the other.Set in the 1980s, an estranged family hires a cult deprogrammer to take back their teenage son from a murderous cult, but find themselves under siege when the cultists surround their cabin, demanding the boy back.
It turns out the “grannies,” or , are not retired high-flyers but ordinary older women in their 70s whom Macharia and his team found in Nairobi — mothers of friends, friends of mothers — and who agreed to help Macharia stage his extravagant narrative.
If you loved movies like Scary Movie or Warm Bodies, you will love this film, or if you've been looking for a good movie to watch on a stormy night in, this is for you.
Creative and satirical, this film reminds me of another classic, Sharknado, one of the best in the genre.
“We managed to catch up with three of them in Somalia soon after they landed.
Little is known about them till now….” Macharia is a young Nairobi-based photographer and digital artist who’s becoming well known for his personal projects as well as for his commercial work.