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Sophia's Pain featuring Jenny Chisom: A Short Film by Douglas Enogieru

I took an acting adventure and acted in two movies in quick succession in late 2014. 

The first was a feature movie about the Ghetto life in Abuja that follows the life of a young man who rose to wealth from obscurity and poverty. Directed by famous Femi Ogedengbe, I acted as (Calabar), a die-hard Calabar female prostitute who would not back out of the old trade even when others quit and had to die mysteriously.

 It was fun and launched my love for acting and telling a story by momentarily not being me.

My second chance came when I was approached by another movie maker known popularly in Liberia, Douglas Enogieru, where I was featured in a one scene but super cast. 

I played, the role of a human trafficker, who trafficked a relative of hers in a bid to make money in an Italian-Dubai dirty racket. You may not believe it was me, as I acted along side celebrity actors like Dorathy Njemanze, Preach Bassey and other highly talented actors.

I have got the full Short film, SOPHIA'S PAIN and you can watch it right here:

Drop a comment and let me know what you think especially about the dirty act of human trafficking. I hate my character in the movie too. Lolz


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