Oris Erhuero made his rounds at the Toronto International Film Festival for his new movie, Moloch Tropical.
Actor and producer Oris Erhuero was in Toronto last week to premiere his new movie, Moloch Tropical.
The movie is directed by Raoul Peck who also directed, Sometimes in April about the Rwandan genocide.
Moloch Tropical is the story about a democratically elected “President” and his closest collaborators are getting ready for a state celebration. But in the morning of the event, he wakes up to find the country inflamed and the streets in turmoil. Despite the situation, the President does not want to face reality and refuses to resign. Overwhelmed, he plunges into a deep mental confusion as the events unfold. Set in a castle in the clouds, Moloch Tropical is a Shakespearian, behind-the-scenes depiction of the end of power.