Mister Johnson

Mister Johnson is a 1990 American drama film based on the 1939 novel by Joyce Cary. The film was entered into the 41st Berlin International Film Festival, where Maynard Eziashi won the Silver Bear for Best Actor.

The film was shot in Toro, Nigeria. In addition to the film, there was a 1956 stage version starring, among others, Robert Earl Jones.

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... Mister Johnson (1939) is the story of a young Nigerian who falls afoul of the British colonial regime ... Joyce Cary has been quoted as saying that Mister Johnson was his favorite of his own books ... Johnson, a young African, is assigned as clerk at an English district office in Fada, Nigeria ...
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... Maynard Eziashi as Mister Johnson Pierce Brosnan as Harry Rudbeck Edward Woodward as Sargy Gollup Beatie Edney as Celia Rudbeck Denis Quilley as Bulteen Nick Reding as Tring Bella Enahoro as Bamu Femi Fatoba ...

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