“Disconnect: The Wedding Planner” directed by Kenyan filmmaker David Gitonga, renowned for his work on “Nairobi Half-Life,” is a romantic comedy
Unlike Namaste Wahala, a Nollywood and Bollywood collaboration, ‘Disconnect: The Wedding Planner,’ a Nollywood and Kenyan collaboration, lacks any connecting plot that resonates with Nigeria and Kenya.
However, in the world of romantic comedies, there are highs and lows, hits and misses, but ‘Disconnect: The Wedding Planner’ would have made a remarkable experience with its beautiful cinematography, diversity of cultures, and scenic location that cut across countries, and measurable good collection of actors.
Like the catchword in the movie title, ‘ Disconnects: The Wedding Planner’, the movie fails to connect anything, both artistically and literally.
As the plot unfolds, the film’s attempts to link personal drama to the chaotic wedding preparations fall flat.
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