While trying to cure the emotion of rage, Jacob James (Wardell Richardson) stumbles onto a drug that releases all his inhibitions and takes him down a self-destructive path.
Producer/Director: Greg Galloway
Cast: Thomas Ford, Wardell Richardson, Melanie Richardson
Runtime: 1h 31min
Though quiet and reserved by day, scientist and professor Jacob James (Wardell Richardson) explores the darker nature of humanity. He discovers a way to unlock his own dark side by creating a key, a chemical akin to ecstasy. Although nurturing a sweet and innocent romance with colleague Kerry Angel (Leigh Jones), James, unleashed by the drug, enters into a sadistic relationship with a wealthy executive Candace O'Donnely (Melanie Richardson).
The interaction releases years of bottled up aggression. Candace, enticed by Jacob's wild side, becomes infatuated. Ignoring warnings from friends, Jacob continues to use the drug to unchain his wild side and aggressive nature. Jacob begins to finds his rage harder to control, even without the drug. The very drug he used to satisfy his desires now threatens everything in his life, even his pure love for Kerry. Will Jacob's find a way to cope with his destructive desires and live a happy life, or will he become Addicted to the Subtraction of his soul?
The Hyperrealistic Art Of Child Prodigy Kareem Waris Olamilekan
Kareem Waris Olamilekan, an 11-year-old artist based in Lagos, is receiving global recognition due to his phenomenal artwork. Describing his style as hyperrealistic, Olamilekan began drawing at the tender age of six. By eight years old, he became a professional, making him the youngest professional artist in Nigeria.
To succeed at hyperrealism, extreme patience is required. While drawing, Olamilekan precisely captures even the most minuscule details in order to bring his works to life. “I try to focus on it to get the detail in the picture and in the artwork too,” he told DD News, adding that those who lack patience will not achieve hyperrealism.
Olamilekan’s typical subject matter includes drawing from everyday life in Lagos, his personal experiences, and family. However, similar to all great artists, his work has a more profound meaning than what initially meets the eye. Take “Daily Bread,” for example. “The inspiration behind it is that something going on around me, especially my family,” Olamilekan explains. “The sweat on it symbolizes hard work and struggling. And the spoon symbolizes food. Everybody in my society has little now, or my streets, they struggle, struggle, they sweat for their eats.”
The child prodigy began receiving worldwide attention after recently meeting with the French president, Emmaneul Macron, who was deeply moved by his work. At only 11 years old, this is only the beginning of Olamilekan’s accomplishments. His art teacher, Adeniyi Adewole, believes that he is one of the most gifted of his students, saying, “He can go far, farther than even beyond our expectations because I believe with what he has been doing, he’s going somewhere greater.”READ MORE........