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Reasons Why “Lion Heart” was Disqualify by Oscar Entry.


Nigeria’s first ever submission for the best international feature, “Lion Heart” was Disqualify base on loss of identity. 

America Disqualifies “Lion Heart” movie because of loss of identity. The film was shot in English language, and that was not acceptable by Oscar.

If only Genevieve Nnaji shot film in Igbo Dialect, then Oscar would have consider the movie, because the film was great.

Lion Heart Directed by Genevieve Nnaji

Lion Heart Directed by Genevieve Nnaji

Genevieve Nnaji in her statement said, “we are one Nigeria and English is our common language “, but America said no, that nobody is a Nigerian.

Then they ask her to go and find out her identity and her Dialect. In that case, “Lion Heart” was Disqualify base on loss of identity.

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