“The Black Book,” has achieved a remarkable milestone, 4 days after its release by soaring to the number 1 position in 16 countries worldwide, according to FlixPatrol. This ranking has solidified the movie’s position as a global sensation.
“The Black Book,” directed by Editi Effiong, tells the thrilling story, of a man whose son is wrongly accused and killed for the crime of kidnapping. With its high production value, good cinematography, and unforgettable characters, the movie has garnered widespread reviews and acclaim.
The phenomenal success of “The Black Book” can be attributed to its outstanding ensemble cast, including Richard Mofe-Damijo, Olumide Oworu, Sam Dede, Shaffy Bello, Iretiola Doyle, Taiwo Ajayi Lycett, Ade Laoye, Ikechukwu Onunaku, Patrick Doyle, Bimbo Manuel and Denola Grey whose performances have been assessed by both critics and audiences alike.
The movies’ ability to resonate with viewers from diverse cultural backgrounds is evident in its global success, as it reached the number 1 spot in 16 countries, including Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Greece, Guadeloupe, Jamica, Kenya, Luxembourg, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Martinique, South Korea, Sweden, Venezuela and of course its home country Nigeria. This achievement underscores the universal appeal and storytelling prowess of “The Black Book.”
Netflix continues to be the streaming platform of choice for groundbreaking and innovative content. With “The Black Book” taking the lead in 16 countries, it reaffirms Netflix’s commitment to delivering high-quality, binge-worthy series that captivate audiences worldwide.
As “The Black Book” continues to gain momentum and critical acclaim, fans can look forward to more Nigeria lead plots and stories in the upcoming months on the platform.
For those who haven’t seen “The Black Book” it is still streaming on Netflix.