Victoria and her husband Izu try to fix their marriage on a road trip to a relative’s funeral. However when memories and secrets from the past are revealed, a lot more is at stake than their relationship.
At the tender age of 8, she graced television screens across Nigeria in a soap opera titled ‘Ripples’. At 19, she featured in her first movie, ‘Most Wanted’ as a news reporter. For over 17 years, Genevieve Nnaji has portrayed an exceptional range of characters, through a consistent and continuous display of excellence at her craft. .
An African Movie Academy Award winner, Ms. Nnaji has appeared in many of Nollywood’s most successful films, while working with the industry’s most respected directors. Her name became a household name, and her image the desire of every young girl when in 2002 she featured in the movie ‘Sharon Stone’ and her fame shot beyond the shores of Nigeria to other African as well as European countries. . As many would say, the ‘Genevieve’ factor reinvented the Nigerian Film Industry, and contributed in the introduction of Nollywood to the global audience.
In recognition of her immense contribution to the Nigerian film industry, Ms. Nnaji has been presented with numerous awards, both from domestic and international markets alike. She became the first actress to be awarded ‘The Best Actress of the Year’ in the 2001 City People Awards, an award ceremony that prior to that edition had only recognized politicians and business conglomerates. She was also the first actress to be awarded by the Census Board of Nigeria in 2003 with the ‘Best Actress’ Award. In May 2011, she was awarded with the ‘Breakthrough Performance’ award at the Monaco Charity Film Festival, for her role in the movie ‘Mirror Boy’. In November 2011, she was awarded with a National Honour, as a Member of the Order of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, (MFR).
With a desire to continue to elevate the status of Nollywood across borders, Ms. Nnaji has shown a consistent interest in top quality feature films that would help break down industry barriers. Her last 3 feature films, ‘Ije’, ‘Tango With Me’, and ‘Half Of A Yellow Sun’, have helped introduce a renewed interest in the cinema culture across Africa.
Born in London, England on September 23, Mr. Oris Erhuerho is a Nigerian-British Actor, Director, Producer, Writer, designer and former fashion model.
He is highly acclaimed for being one of the most photographed international fashion runway and print model of his time era. After modeling for several years while studying Theater and Film simultaneously, he transitioned into television and film, with a series regular role in the Global hit series “The Adventures of Sinbad” followed by The Bill, Highlander: Endgame, Black Mask 2, Sometimes in April, and Chicago Pulaski Jones. Along with his numerous film credits, Mr. Erhuerho has appeared in international campaigns and magazines for the highest esteemed clients in the world fashion industry, including, Armani, Ferre, Dior and Versace.
Throughout his career he has worked with renowned Award winning Actors and Film Directors such as the late Dennis Hopper, Raoul Peck, R Benjamin Bratt, Christopher Lambert, Donnie Yen, Guy Ritchie, Yuen Woo-Ping (action director for Crouching Tiger), Tsui Hark, Cedric the Entertainer and academy award nominee Debra Winger.
Chioma Omeruah, aka ‘ChiGul’ is a fast rising Compere, Singer, TV host, Actor and Comedienne.
After living and working as an actor in the United States for many years, Chioma debuted on the Nigerian entertainment scene as both an actor and a comedienne. She has gone on to open for premiere Nigerian comedians like Basket Mouth and Julius Agwu. In December 2013, Chioma graced the “The Experience Lagos” stage, thrilling hundreds of thousands.
In her capacity as Compere; ‘Chigul’ has perfected the skill of keeping guests laughing and entertained, yet alert and attentive as she steers her captive audience through the protocol of different kinds of functions.
A seasoned stage actress, Chioma has performed both in Nigeria and in the U.S. Her past credits include “A Raisin In The Sun”, “A Husband’s Wife”, “The Bald Soprano”, “The Lion King”, “A Voice For Ella”, and “End Times Like These”.
Ms. Omeruah is proficient in English, Ibo, Hausa, French, and Spanish.
From his first movie role in the year 1999, method actor Majid Michel known for his versatility has gradually acted his way up to become one of the most recognizable faces on the continent of Africa and World wide. With award winning performances in over 50 movies, he lists Constantine Stanislavsky and Lee Strasberg as influences.
Majid spends his off set time running his production company and watching his 2 kids and his grey hair grow.