Bobby Ologun’s Moon Dream

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It looks like Bobby Ologun has finally finished his autobiographical film project. Nippon Cinema reports:

Nigerian-born talento and mixed martial artist Bobby Ologun has directed and starred in an autobiographical movie called Moon Dream.

In addition to directing and starring, Ologun also wrote the screenplay and produced under his real name, Bobby Konda The film is based on Ologun’s own experiences immediately upon visiting Japan for the first time, chasing his dream while dealing with the harsh realities of being a foreigner including discrimination and narrow-mindedness. However, it also depicts the touching kindness of the Japanese people which he discovered early on.

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  1. […] He was discovered in 2001 by a TV scout and by the end of the year was featured in popular skits in Japanese comedy shows such as “The Funniest Language School” (other funny clips of his appearance in this show in Japanese can be found here, here, and here). He went on to be a recurring feature guest in a handful of Japanese comedic shows, and wrote and starred in an autobiographical film titled Moon Dream. […]

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