A Twitter user who goes by the username @siendoAmor recently tweeted the photo above at me. This was a picture she took of the screen at the cinema where she went to watch DRY along with four of her friends on a Friday Night. In her tweet, she said the movie was ‘Educative’. I do not only appreciate her kind words, but the photo especially.
Since DRY was released in the nationwide cinemas last month, I’ve been overwhelmed by the number of responses I’ve gotten from fans on social media, and believe me, everyone of them has been encouraging.
Here are a few of them:
— hot iys (@IYS_incredible) September 4, 2015
— rolly (@mamarolex) September 2, 2015
— MaryAnn Eyam (@drealMaryAnn) August 29, 2015
— Patience Afful Scott (@Pamscottgh) August 25, 2015
— Saheed Akinloye (@Talk_Expert) August 29, 2015
@StephanieLinus 'Dry' is the movie to watch!!! It found its way down to the navel of my soul. Daalu olu!
— Obianuju (@Africanchique) August 29, 2015
@StephanieLinus After watching"Dry"my respect for you tripled.Every action&symbol was meaningful& formed a communication line.Thanks so much
— Bella (@mailbassey) August 29, 2015
I especially like it when people tell me the exact scene of the movie that touched them the most. It helps me understand the viewers better:
I also love to read about the emotions it brings out in the viewers:
But most importantly, it means a lot to me when the viewers get the message and it spurs them into action:
— Uche (@uchezeakudo) August 26, 2015
U are a blessing to womanhood, DRY did not just enlightened me, it really opened my eyes. GOD bless u @StephanieLinus”
— Billy sax (@Billysax10) August 22, 2015
There are still loads of tweets and messages that I couldn’t include here, but I’m grateful for them all. DRY is still showing in cinemas nationwide. Go watch it if you haven’t and let me know what you think about the movie.
Have you watched DRY? What are your thoughts about the movie? I’d love to read them.