Koffi Idowu-Nuel stars as Charles, an unemployed man who takes on the job of a nanny to make ends meet. This scene shows the transformation of Charles to Nanny Constance Nightingale.
When Dreams Fall Apart is a story of child abuse and child trafficking; The movie showcases the pain that young girls go through in the hands of guardians, who promise them a good life in the city before taking them away from their parents in the village..
The Black Silhouette is a woman's tale of her past reveals a life of sexual abuse from childhood, prostitution as a teenager and an unresolved murder
An arrogant womanizer is forced into marriage as a result of an unplanned pregnancy. On the way to their honeymoon the newly weds were kidnapped and what they thought was important to them changes.
Frank, a young private school teacher, loses his father and approaches his employer with a loan and a leave of absence application, but he finds a bumper dash and a romantic relationship with her. feeling it is indecent to date a married woman, frank wants out before it goes too far, but frank finds himself in a life-threatening complications beyond his comprehension
Darkside is a story of betrayal, greed, desperation and darkness so blinding it leaves you wondering what the world has become.
â€˜Journey to Selfâ€™ is an intense story of friendship, sacrifice, empowerment and self-respect. Four childhood friends, Regina, Nse, Rume and Alex, receive news that another long time friend of theirs, Uche, has died. Uche was the magnet that pulled her friends together and over the years had become their shoulder to cry on, so much so in fact that she never felt she could tell them about her own problems. As part of her last request, the ladies travel to Ucheâ€™s home in Abuja for her funeral. The four ladies, on arriving at Ucheâ€™s house, find that she has left a series of letters in which she speaks to them from beyond the grave. The letters provoke her friends to open up on emotional baggage, as secrets and fears are revealed, leading to a journey of self discovery. For Regina, Nse, Rume and Alex the weekend they spend in Ucheâ€™s house becomes an emotional roller coaster as individual characters are tested. â€˜Journey to Selfâ€™ is an intense, dialogue-based movie where the viewer is sure to embark on the same emotional journey as with the characters.
Tonia (Omoni Oboli) fights for Anita (Thelma Okoduwa) Daniel's Wife over Jerry's decision in the family business, Tonia would rather her third child and Daniel's only son takes over at the company but Jerry (Paul Apel) who heads the the inherited family business while his kid brother Daniel (Orduen Apel) is just second in command, Jerry would rather the families stay together. Emeka (Kalu Ikeagwu) would do anything never to test poverty again, losing his parents from fake drugs changed his patriotism while Venessa (Nse Ikpe Etim) Emeka's wife though very forgetful would seek answers to her only son's death, that she wonâ€™t forget, Sani Aliu (Sani Musa Danja) wants to fill the earth but he has to stay out of jail to achieve that, he takes up another wife Amina (Rachel Bakam Edjeren) as his past hunts him, these three friends have one thing in common, wives with issues, the fire's yellow flames may be hot but The BLUE FLAMES are hotter. It's a story of Love, Betrayal and Revenge. Where is the heat coming from?
The success of Mr. Ken Abba (Benjamin Joseph) gave him so much power and fame even over his own marital home. Having his way or no way was the order of the day as Mrs. Abba (NSE Ikpe-Etim), a housewife looked speechless to his abusive ways, even to the extent of bringing his mistress to their matrimonial home. Will Mrs. Abba continue to be a slave in her own home to save her marriage? Or will she fight back? Be my guest. "Hell has no fury like a woman's scorned"
â€˜ALAN POZAâ€˜ is described as â€œa hilarious youth romantic comedy which explores the emotional adventures of a young music label executive and his daily grapples with the temptations in that sector.â€
LUST shows the life of three young individuals and the ever-so-prevalent love triangle that complicates relationships.
Red Hot is the story of Kofo, a beautiful Nigerian lady married to an extremely affluent husband. She seems to have all the good things of life at her disposal, but the absence of a child in the over ten year marriage leaving her frustrated. Medical research suggests her husband has some fertility issues â€“ absolving her of any complicity. In frustration and desperation she hatches a plan with her friend, Princess which brings Freddie into the picture. Just at the peak of this new found solution, crisis erupts leading to one disaster to the other.