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In the Fall at the Movies with Sony Pictures woman as king, a new action drama that brings to the big screen a historical epic inspired by real events that unfolded in the Kingdom of …

In the Fall at the Movies with Sony Pictures woman as king, a new action drama that brings to the big screen a historical epic inspired by real events that unfolded in the Kingdom of Dahomey, one of the most powerful states in Africa in the 18th and 19th centuries. The film centers on General Nanisca of the Dahomey Amazons played by Oscar-winning actress Viola Davis and Nawi, an ambitious rookie from the Kingdom of Dahomey played by Thuso Mbedu, an actress known for her role as Cora in the television series. The underground railway.

Plot and Cast

The official plot: The Woman King is the extraordinary story of the Agojie, a group of female warriors who, in the 19th century, protected the African kingdom of Dahomey with skill and ferocity never before seen in the world. Based on true events, The Woman King follows the epic and thrilling journey of General Nanisca (Viola Davis) as she trains the next generation of recruits and prepares them for battle against an enemy determined to destroy their way of life. Some things are worth fighting for…

The cast of “The Woman King” also includes Lashana Lynch, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, John Boyega, Jordan Bolger, Sheila Atim, Thuso Mbedu, Jayme Lawson, Shaina West, Adrienne Warren, Masali Baduza, Makgotso M, Chioma Antoinette Umeala, Jimmy Odukoya , Angelique Kidjo, Thando Dlomo, Sivuyile Ngesi and Tuks Tad Lungu.

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The Woman King – trailer and video

New original language featurette released August 16, 2022

New original language featurette released September 9, 2022

New original language featurettes released September 15, 2022

Curiosity

  • “The Woman King is directed by director Gina Prince-Bythewood (Love & Basketball, The Secret Life of Bees, Beyond the Lights: Find Your Voice, The Old Guard) from a script by Dana Stevens (Close to You I ‘m Not Afraid, A Father) based on a story by Stevens and actress Maria Bello about his early life as an author.
  • The cast includes Lashana Lynch, recently seen in Dying Can Wait, Daniel Craig’s latest Bond film in which Lynch played a female version of 007.
  • John Boyega who plays King Ghezo in the film is known for his role as Finn in the Star Wars saga.

The real story behind the film


Dahomey was a major center of the slave trade and carried out slave raids in the surrounding areas, capturing and brutally enslaving people. In the mid-1800s, the British sent other representatives to Dahomey to persuade the then head of state – King Gezo – to abolish the slave trade, but he refused. The British imposed a naval blockade on the ports of Dahomey to force them to end the slave trade from 1851 to 1852 and in January 1852 King Ghezo finally relented, signing a treaty with the British to end the export of Dahomey slaves. . The rise of Dahomey coincided with the rise of the Atlantic slave trade and became known to Europeans as a major supplier of slaves.

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Soundtrack

  • The original music for the film is by Terence Blanchard (Harriet, That Night in Miami…) & Lebo M. (A Woman of Color, Long Night’s Journey into Day). Blanchard’s longtime collaborator with director Spike Lee is on his second collaboration with director Gina Prince-Bythewood after Love & Basketball. Terence Blanchard received two Oscar nominations for the soundtracks of BlacKkKlansman (2018) and From 5 Bloods – Like Brothers (2020).
  • The soundtrack includes the original song “Keep Rising (The Woman King)” by Jessy Wilson & Angélique Kidjo

LIST OF TRACKS:

1. Dahomey at the crossroads 1:28
2. Enemy village 2:35
3. Stronger warriors 0:46
4. Road to Abomey 2h01
5. Agojie Back 1:37
6. Entrance to the Palace 1:15
7. Oyo warriors at the village 1:05
8. The entrance of the king 0:37
9. You are called to join the king’s guard 2:04
10. Tribute to the King (South African Chorus) 0:51
11. Agojie Training Edit 2:06
12. Nawi and Izogie (Part 1) 0:54
13. Nawi trains alone 0:40
14. The Oyo arrives 1:54
15. Sometimes a mouse can kill an elephant 1:23
16. Choose Agojie for Oyo 1:40
17. Malik arrives 1:18
18. We pay homage 2:59
19. With only one goal 1:20
20. Palm oil 1h30
21. Through the Jungle 1:23
22. Malik and Santo enter Abomey 0:41
23. Final Round 2:27
24. To Vector 1:16
25. To be great you have to focus 1:52
26. A shark’s tooth 2:57
27. Agojie It’s War (Jabu Chirindah & South African Choir) 2:09
28. Nawi learns the truth 0:50
29. The Blade of Freedom 0:38
30. Battle of Oyo 7:17
31. You fought well 2:57
32. Nawi and Izogie (Part 2) 3:22
33. I have to try to save her 2:02
34. There will be no prisoners 1:46
35. Blood of Our Sisters (Nokukhanya Dlamini & South African Chorus) 1:02
36. The final battle 5:28
37. Nawi and Malik 1:00
38. Coronation 2:31
39. Whiskey for Izogie 2:47
40. Mother will you dance 1:28
41. The Woman King 2:47
42. Beninese traditional song (Sheila Atim & Lashana Lynch & Adrienne Warren) 0:36
43. Keep Rising (The Woman King) (Jessy Wilson & Angelique Kidjo) 3:14

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The soundtrack of “The Woman King” is available on Amazon

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