Nollywood Movie Review: Madam Joy is a family woman with a husband and two sons that runs an acara stand. Her husband is very possessive and suspects her of having an affair with every man that she serves let alone talks to. It is his possessiveness that causes him to ban her from running the stand any more. Unable to work he watches Madam Joy like a hawk. When her husband dies suddenly Madam Joy takes her new found freedom as a license to frolic with every man in the village, after all, as she tells her sons, “body no be firewood.” Her sons are not at all happy with what they are witness to and make it their mission to put an end to the frequent male visitors to the compound.
Chukwudi lives in the city but his mother has a village girl ready for him to marry called Adaugo so she is not at all happy when she finds out that he is engaged to a city girl, Calista. Chukwudi under pressure from his mother to come home and meet Adaugo and marry her decides to move his wedding to Calista forward and decides to bring her to the village to meet his family. Calista is excited at the prospect of meeting her future mother in law and can talk of nothing else beforehand. The feeling, however is not mutual and on introduction the pair get off to a rocky start. Can Calista win over her future mother in law?