TIERs’ Movie, Hell Or High Water, Now Out On The Internet

TIERs’ Movie, Hell Or High Water, Now Out On The Internet

After it was premiered in April 2016 to a select viewership, the Nigerian LGBT movie, Hell Or High Water, starring Enyinna Nwigwe and Daniel K. Daniel is finally out for the larger public. If you haven’t seen it, click over to the TIERs youtube channel to see it. Or check the video below.

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  1. shuga chocolata
    March 28, 08:16 Reply

    watched it last night with 110 views.
    eyinna, Daniel, ashinonye they were all astonishing acts. but I felt there were a bit hiccups.
    How did the pastor grow pass that outing stage after his dad disowned him and his wife left him?

    • Pink Panther
      March 28, 09:21 Reply

      That’s the cliffhanger of the film. The part that’s left for the viewer to think on.

  2. Iliana
    March 28, 10:19 Reply

    Please where can I download d full video

  3. Lizzy
    March 28, 12:51 Reply

    Wow this tiers people not joking. Watched and loved it, they told the most basic story a short film can contain. They just want to feed nigeria with all content that will upset them, I think they upto something. Well to them all

  4. cedar
    March 29, 00:11 Reply

    oh Lawd, y give ppl dis heavy load in a country like ours. Maybe there shouldn’t have been gays in Nigeria, in Africa. Kai, I feel like crying. Peeps, *in Beyonce’s voice*, “I woke up lyk dis, I woke up lyk dis.” A leopard can’t change it’s spots.

  5. Kevin
    March 29, 00:37 Reply

    Wow ! This speaks to me so muc

  6. Lorde
    March 29, 07:03 Reply

    Watched it last night, enyinna is stunning as always…..but i was underwhelmed….just saying….mayb it was the excitement in anticipation fr the film to drop, and when it dd…..??

  7. Tj
    April 01, 18:44 Reply

    Good story.. So sad tears dropped from my eyes.. We’ve got a long way to go go in this country.. The mother even still have some compassion.. I couldn’t get over that..

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