Official Film Poster of Pamela Adie’s “Under The Rainbow” Documentary Out

Official Film Poster of Pamela Adie’s “Under The Rainbow” Documentary Out

Remember Pamela Adie’s documentary, Under The Rainbow, whose trailer was released in April? Well, the poster for the film is out. Designed by Toast Creatives, the poster leaves you no doubt as to what the content of the film will be, with the colourfulness of the title, beneath which Pamela is seen staring off into what is either a fading sunset or the beginnings of a sunrise.

Little is known regarding the release of the documentary, but as a first of its kind in the Nigerian LGBT, this film is highly anticipated.

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  1. Lizzy
    September 17, 20:25 Reply

    Not first. Let recognize many other people work. It is an additional and it is great to have so I look forward to it.

    • Mike Daemon
      September 17, 20:44 Reply

      Oh, there’s another Nigerian Lesbian documentary film that I do not know about?

      • Lizzy
        September 17, 21:10 Reply

        Oh I was looking at it as LGBT documentary but If you say lesbian documentary, it is the first then and that is ground breaking. This is an addition and well welcome

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