Wind Of Tears

Wind Of Tears

Charles played by Kenneth Okonkwo is a football coach leading his team into a big tournament. He has cancer, a fact that he has hid from his family. He has recently found out that his kidney is free from cancer leaving him able to donate it to his brother Franklin who is in dire need of it. His wife Chidi played by Mercy Johnson is vehemently against his choice fearing that he may lose his life in the process.

The Enemy I See

The Enemy I See

Mama (Patience Ozokwor) has arrived back in the village from America after visiting her daughter and puts on airs and graces as though she has been out of the country for decades rather than one year. On her return she does not contact her best friend or eldest daughter which leaves them resentful. Her friend Chinyere is envious of how she now parades around the village and despite smiling and joking with her spreads rumours around the village about how she is too proud of herself. She also starts putting pressure on her young daughters to find men to settle down with so she too can reap the benefits as Bridget has from her son in law.

Royal Grace

Royal Grace

Her Royal Highness Emem played by Mercy Johnson is being blackmailed by Lance (Van Vicker), her husband Cheta’s (Paul Sambo) business associate. She not only ends up giving him large sums of money but also sleeping with him at his whim. The prince is also being defrauded by Lance in fraudulent business deals. A maid in the palace inadvertently finds out about the shenanigans in the palace and is compelled to confess to the prince. The outcome brings on a whirlwind of consequences.

Two Hearts

Two Hearts

In this thrilling fast paced drama Mercy Johnson plays Violet a high maintenance city girl whose car breaks down on a rural deserted road. She comes face to face with odd vagrant hunter James played by Majid Michel who is armed with a gun and warns her that she is in dangerous territory. Wearing killer heels she begins ends up following James to his home to find specific directions on where to find a mechanic, only to end up stranded and spending the night in a shack with him and his mother. It is here that she learns the background to his very odd and hostile behaviour. Violet herself has her own dark secrets she is harbouring and the two are drawn together in light of this.

Phone Swap

Phone Swap

Akin played by Wole Ojo is in a rush to make a company conference in Abuja after finding out about it at the last minute. Nse too is in a rush to visit her family in the village in Owerri. Her sister has been terrorising her husband and her father has called an urgent family meeting which she has been summoned to attend. Akin and Mary bump into each other in the airport and in the mêlée accidentally swap each others identical phones. This leads to a mix up with their destinations after they each receive text messages for the other with regards to where each is heading to. As a result of the swap, they agree to help carry out each other’s missions, armed with the information and data on each other’s phones. However this proves to be harder than imagined as new obstacles and complications rise at every turn as they both struggle in adapting to their new environments. Mary has to represent Akin in a company meeting while Akin has to represent Mary in her family meeting and so the adventure begins with hilarious results.

Lonely Princess

Prince Mike Ezuruonye

Princess Olamma (Kay Samuel) is lonely and makes friends with some commoner girls Adugo and Udochi. Her parents at first encourage the fact that she wants to make new friends, that is until she insists on going out with her friends without her maids in tow. Her parents are concerned that harm may befall her without her maids to protect her. The Prince meets the Princess Olamma and her friends at the stream. He catches Olamma singing and falls for her voice, proposing almost immediately. Her friends are besieged with feelings of jealousy, in particular Adaugo. The question how far will she go to make the Prince drop the princess and notice her?

The Fake Prophet

The Fake Prophet

Udofia played by Charles Okafor is involved in a human trafficking racket run by Honourable Igbinosa (Big Fred Ezimmadu). Between Udofia and Igbinosa they ship off young naïve Nigerian girls to Europe supposedly for legitimate jobs which in reality are prostitution. When Udofia is almost caught with trafficked girls by police during a routine stop he flees to his village in Akwa Ibom State to escape Igbinosa’s wrath. With no money, education or discernible talent he turns to a new career as a preacher and soon enough after performing miracles with hired actors he is respected in the community as “an anointed man of god.” He declares certain children witches and takes huge sums of money from their parents in order to deliver them from witchcraft. Of course he is unable to do so and so declares such children as beyond being delivered. Udofia is soon responsible for several deaths of children and exile of others in the community, notably Ekaette (Grace Amah) and Inyang (Samuel Ajibola) who have been accused of being Witch and Wizard after Ekaette’s father’s death.

Crazy Romance

John Dumelo

Both John and his wife Linda are having an affair with different members of their domestic staff. Linda is having cheating with the driver and John is having an affair with the housegirl. The driver is putting pressure on Linda to dump her husband but she is reluctant to divorce because of business and financial reasons. Likewise the house girl is putting pressure on John too. The games begin when husband and wife add a new dimension to their cheating ways. Roselyn and Prince are the other couple in the movie. They have a tumultuous relationship marred with bickering, physical fighting. They are both continuously complaining about each other but cannot live without each other. They too seek pleasures outside their marital home.

Why Marry

Why Marry

William and Janice are a married couple with a strong, loving and playful marriage. They enjoy each other’s company immensely when one day out of the blue things change. William says that it is Janice that changed, “she talks to me with disgust like I wasn’t even there.” Her point of view is that his shadiness has brought about a lack of trust and thus her ill treatment of him. A very strong and loving marriage relationship turns to one full of bickering and resentment. Where did it all go wrong and can it be turned back around?

Irreplaceable

Irreplaceable

Roderick played by Desmond Elliot has a girlfriend Melissa played by Tonto Dikeh that he has been engaged to for over three years but he shows no interest at all in marrying. Roderick’s family are badgering him to take her as a wife but he does not know if he ever even wants to get married. Melissa is desperate to be married to him even employing his father to help her persuade him to marry her. In their desperation they hire Lydia, a psychoanalyst played by Oge Okoye to try and get to the bottom of why their son is so emotionally cold. Is there some psychological trauma from his past that he is hiding and has not overcome? Will he ever get married?

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