Hakkunde is an intriguing story of a young graduate who battles everything (including love, family, discrimination, drug abuse, culture, tradition and self) on his journey to self-discovery and actualization.
The script tells a story of the identity of an average Nigerian graduate’s struggle for an identity and livelihood. It highlights the merits of steadfastness, humility and self-denial and also espouses the gains of harnessing opportunities, delimiting the much celebrated mediocrity of high-handedness, and divulging the demerits of pride, greed and inconsistency.
He has two options, To stay and be slayed,
Or to flee and be free? How long would he run?
How far would he go? How many more troubles would he run into? Who, really, Is this JOBLESS AKANDE?
Hakkunde explores connections between people, culture, tribe and environment. The film was shot majorly in Kaduna and Lagos.
The Inspirational drama-comedy, features Kunle Idowu (Frank Donga), Rahama Sadau, Toyin Abraham, Ali Nuhu, Tunbosun Aiyedehin, Maryam Booth, Ibrahim Daddy, Alhaji Isa Bello, Adebukola Oladipupo and Tomiwa Kukoyi.
The film was produced & directed by Asurf Oluseyi