How Zainab Balogun goes from a helpful spirit to a psychotic killer in ‘Sylvia’ || The Process
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04 September 2020 | 11:38 am
Watch Daniel Oriahi (@filmic25) the director of Sylvia break down how Zainab Balogun went from a helpful imaginary friend to a psychotic spirit-spouse in Sylvia on #TheProcess. THE PROCESS is a film-focused series that offers an insight into the process behind films, documentaries, music videos, and TV commercials.
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