Desperate To Survive

Luckie Lawson

Nollywood Movie Review: Natasha Lawson lost both of her parents at the age of 10 and her only brother is her whole world. They live together in a shack in Accra, that is until the sudden disappearance of her brother which hits her very hard considering that she has no one else to turn to. She is alone, lonely and defenceless and easy prey for vultures and predators. After she is brutally gang raped something snaps in her where she doesn’t care so much about life anymore and she becomes a thief and then hardened criminal. The girl she was died and the woman in her become comes alive. She becomes a woman with no hope, dreams or ambitions until she meets a stranger that changes her life.

The King is Mine

The King is Mine

The King has chosen Rose to be his new bride, despite the fact that she already hs a fiance. It is a love triangle in that while the King is after Rose, Rose’s sister Louise is after him. Louise is bitter that the King chose her sister when she was the one that firstly expressed interest in him. When it becomes apparent that the Prince has no interest in her whatsoever the already fraught relationship between the sisters reaches breaking point. Although Rose is at first reluctant to begin a relationship with the King she eventually relents, dumping her fiance and seemingly really falling in love. This relationship with the King is soon in jeapoardy at the hands of her jealous and vengeful sister…

Shakira (Face of Deceit)

Shakira (Face of Deceit)

Richie thought that his fiancée Yvonne was the love of his life that is until he discovered that she was having an affair with his boss. Unable to face reality he flees to his brother’s home and spends his nights drinking himself into a stupor at various bars. It is on the way home from a bar that he meets Shakira. It is a dark night and she throws herself in front of his car and orders him to drive. His involvement with Shakira turns into something much more dramatic than he could have ever imagined.

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