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.
Ijeoma played by Charity “Cha Cha Eke” and her husband Thomas played by Dede One Day have been living in poverty for a long time. Things appear to be looking up when he is given a job interview in Lagos only for him not to be offered the job. It is after this misfortune that Ijeoma has had enough of the way in which they live and demands to be freed from the confines of the marriage. She flees to Lagos and dies in a car accident on the way. The movie really begins 9 years later when Thomas’ fortune has changed and he is now the rich guy. He is that guy that girls leave their poor husbands for.
A group of men played by Artus Frank, Mike Ezuruonye, Emeka Ike and Browny Igboegwu join a cult to make money but have to sell their souls in order to get in. Kenny has been instructed to kill his wife Nneka played by Mercy Johnson and Frank is busy sleeping with some Princess played by KLinda Chinyere from “the other side” while he and Duncan fight over any money neither of them can claim ownership of.
Nollywood Movies Review: Mercy Johnson plays Nneka a poor village girl. One day she runs across old school friend called Rosemary played by Queen Nowkoye who pays her sisters hospital bills. Indebted and wanting to provide for her family Nneka follows Rosemary to the city and becomes makes her transformation as Rihanna a runs girls.
While driving two friends Enyioma and Osondu played by Mike Ezuruonye and Yul Edochie come across a road accident. Enyioma exits the car to go and investigate and helps the locals retrieve a man from the wreckage which Osondu then reluctantly helps him take to the hospital in their vehicle. At the hospital they refuse to treat the dying man without a police report. Despite Enyioma not seeing the need for a police report as no crime has been comitted he agrees to their demands in order to save the man’s life. It is when he goes to get the report from the police station that the trouble really starts.
Nigerian Movie Review: Derek Douglas played by Van Vicker is a huge celebrity actor. A date with one of his female fans Lily played by Bimbo Akintola is the start of big drama. He decides to surprise the fan by turning up to her hotel room to take her out for dinner. Little does he know that the one he chats to on the internet called Miss Spiffy was not in the hotel room that day but rather the maid Gina, played by Mercy Johnson who was trying on her clothes. They end up going on a date together and so starts the web of deceit.
Nonye played by Jackie Appiah is from a poor background and when her mother dies she resorts to runs to put herself and her younger brothers through school.Six years after first resorting to turning tricks things are looking good. Her brother Ugo has just finished his NYSC, her other brother is in school and they are all living together comfortably until fate strikes. Jackie goes to see one of her clients and arrives just after he has been shot dead. The police come and find her there just after she has arrived and take her in on suspicion of murder. It is by luck that she is released on a cleaner’s eyewitness testimony and all is well again, that is until her brother Ugo brings home the girl he wants to marry, a runs girl that Nonye knows from the scene. She wants to speak up and warn him but to do so will be revealing her own past.