Beasts of No Nation

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Beasts of No Nation (Alternate Title: Beasts of no nation (film)) is available to stream on NetFlix. It was released in 2015 and has a runtime of 137 minutes. Beasts of No Nation is a 2015 English Drama War film written by Cary Joji Fukunaga, Uzodinma Iweala and directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga. The Film features Abraham Attah in the lead role along with Emmanuel Affadzi, Ricky Adelayitor, Andrew Adote, Vera Nyarkoah Antwi in supporting roles. It was released on 16th October 2015 and it received positive reviews from critics when it was released. The Film was made on a budget of $6 million and at the box office it grossed only $0 million.Shot in Ghana and starring Idris Elba, Abraham Attah, Ama K. Abebrese, Grace Nortey, David Dontoh, and Opeyemi Fagbohungbe, the film is based on the 2005 novel of the same name by Uzodinma Iweala ? the book itself being named after a Fela Kuti album.

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Release Date 16 OCT 2015
Run Time 137 MINUTES
Budget $ 6 MILLION
Language

English, Akan

Genre

Drama , War

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MOVIE PLOT

A civil war is breaking out in an unspecified West African country. A young boy, Agu, lives in a small village with his parents, older brother, and two younger siblings. Agu's village is located within a "buffer zone" enforced by ECOMOG (referred to as "ECOMOD") troops. Agu's father is a local leader, and aids refugees from the surrounding areas by letting them stay on his land.


The village is informed that the government has fallen, with military-aligned rebels seizing control of the country. With rebel forces headed towards the village, many people flee to the country's capital for safety. Agu's father is able to buy safe transport for his wife and two youngest children, but has to stay behind himself with Agu and his eldest son. Rebel and government forces fight in and around Agu's village. While the rebel soldiers flee, government forces round up the remaining villagers and accuse them of rebellion. As they are about to be executed, Agu's father tells his sons to run shortly before getting shot.


The two boys try to escape, but Agu's brother is killed. Agu evades capture and escapes into the jungle. After wandering for an unspecified amount of time, he is caught up in a guerrilla skirmish. The Native Defense Forces (NDF), a rising rebel faction in the country, adopts Agu into their ranks. Agu's battalion is led by the Commandant, who takes Agu under his wing. After undergoing a brutal initiation process where Agu hacks an innocent captive to death with a machete, Agu becomes a fully-fledged member of the militia.


Agu befriends another young NDF child soldier, Strika, who never speaks. One night, the Commandant summons Agu to his quarters, and rapes him. Strika, another of the Commandant's rape victims, comforts him. Preacher, an older soldier, gives Agu brown-brown to lift his mood. Agu and Strika take part in a number of bloody battles and ambushes. The battalion's success in the taking of several towns, killing hundreds of men, women and children, gains them a summons to the rebel HQ, where the Commandant, accompanied by Agu, Strika, and a few other members of the battalion, go to meet with the NDF leader. They spend an entire night in the waiting area, infuriating the Commandant. When they finally meet the Supreme Commander, he informs the Commandant that he is not being promoted, as he had expected, and is in fact being removed from command. The Commandant's lieutenant will take control of the battalion, and the Commandant will be given a staff position under the rebel leader. The Commandant views this as an insult, and leaves to "celebrate" his lieutenant's promotion at a brothel. While the soldiers (except for Agu and Strika) spend the night with the brothel's women, one of the women shoots the lieutenant. The lieutenant is badly wounded and the Commandant accuses the prostitute of trying to kill the lieutenant. The prostitute pleads with the Commandant and says she shot the lieutenant by accident, but the Commandant and his men shoot the women and leave the city with the battalion.



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AWARDS

2 WON
4 NOMINATED
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1 NOMINATED
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1 NOMINATED
Ghana Movie Awards
7 WON
11 NOMINATED
Film Independent Spirit Awards
2 WON
10 NOMINATED
Black Reel Awards
2 WON
10 NOMINATED
Screen Nation Awards
4 WON
4 NOMINATED
Screen Actors Guild Awards
1 WON
4 NOMINATED
Image Awards
1 WON
4 NOMINATED
St. Louis Film Critics Association, US
0 WON
3 NOMINATED
Cinema for Peace Awards
3 WON
3 NOMINATED
Awards Circuit Community Awards
1 WON
3 NOMINATED
Capri, Hollywood
2 WON
2 NOMINATED
Black Film Critics Circle Awards
1 WON
2 NOMINATED
Austin Film Critics Association
0 WON
2 NOMINATED
Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards
0 WON
2 NOMINATED
BET Awards
0 WON
2 NOMINATED
Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards
1 WON
2 NOMINATED
Online Film & Television Association
1 WON
2 NOMINATED
National Board of Review, USA
2 WON
2 NOMINATED
Golden Trailer Awards
0 WON
2 NOMINATED
Peabody Awards
1 WON
1 NOMINATED
All Def Movie Awards
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
London Film Festival
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
American Society of Cinematographers, USA
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
Denver Film Critics Society
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
Political Film Society, USA
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
Evening Standard British Film Awards
1 WON
1 NOMINATED
Indiewire Critics' Poll
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
Indiana Film Journalists Association, US
1 WON
1 NOMINATED
Costume Designers Guild Awards
1 WON
1 NOMINATED
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
Chlotrudis Awards
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA)
1 WON
1 NOMINATED
International Online Cinema Awards (INOCA)
1 WON
1 NOMINATED
Gold Derby Awards
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
North Texas Film Critics Association, US
1 WON
1 NOMINATED
London Critics Circle Film Awards
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA)
1 WON
1 NOMINATED
Georgia Film Critics Association (GFCA)
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
Empire Awards, UK
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
Women Film Critics Circle Awards
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
Young Artist Awards
0 WON
1 NOMINATED
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