Nollywood veteran Richard Mofe-Damijo, popularly known as RMD, is set to take on a role in the South African movie “Magenta Coal,” which is scheduled to stream on Netflix.
The movie’s plot revolves around a family of mining magnates who operate South Africa’s largest coal mine. Trouble arises when Matilda, the wife of one of the mining magnates, becomes consumed with a desire for wealth and securing the family’s succession.
While RMD’s specific role in the film remains unclear, expectations are high following his recent performance in another Netflix movie, “The Black Book,” where he portrayed the character of Paul Edima, a man seeking revenge for his son’s death.
“Magenta Coal” is a captivating tale that delves into the lives of a wealthy family of mining magnates who own and operate the largest coal mine in South Africa. The story follows the family’s journey as they navigate the challenges of running a successful business while dealing with their personal issues.
At the heart of the story is Matilda, the wife of one of the mining magnates, who becomes consumed with a desire for wealth and power. With richly developed characters and intricate plot twists, “Magenta Coal” is a must-watch for those who enjoy suspenseful and thought-provoking stories that explore the complexities of human relationships and the pursuit of power and wealth.
This new title is expected to be a drama series, with its streaming debut set for October 27, 2023, following its recent addition to Netflix.
The cast of “Magenta Coal” includes acclaimed actors and actresses such as Connie Chiume, Vusi Kunene, Hamilton Dlamini, Ntando Duma, Nambitha Mpumlwana, Senzo Radebe, Jack Devnarain, Cedric Fourie, Celeste Khumalo, and Omuhle Gela.