When the Nigerian film industry gets it right, it's marvellous, says poet and critic Odia Ofeimun.
"When Nollywood gets it right, there is something marvellous in having your stories told in a way that you can just lap up like syrup. Even when you know that the story has been badly told, you still want to know what comes next. There is a self-flattering in it for many Africans. And beyond that, people are generally looking for answers for questions that they don't have answers to, and you can't be too sure whether the next film might provide an answer."