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MRS ADAMS Synopsis Mrs. Adams movie tells the story of a super-rich lady, well connected Sharon – Mrs. Adams, who embarks on illegitimate, criminal business of human trafficking and prostitution of young ladies from Nigeria – Africa to Europe. Her…
MRS ADAMS Synopsis
Mrs. Adams movie tells the story of a super-rich lady, well connected Sharon – Mrs. Adams, who embarks on illegitimate, criminal business of human trafficking and prostitution of young ladies from Nigeria – Africa to Europe. Her woes starts when she requested her man, Adams to bring a naïve, poor girl from Nigeria to Europe to work in her restaurant with the ultimate goal of making her one of her trafficked prostitutes, except that this time, Sharon met her match, a very determined naive young women – Nonye, who is determined not to be tempted or forced into prostitution no matter what, she would rather die than become a prostitute.
Mrs. Adams will change the narratives against human trafficking. It is full of intrigues, hatred, deceit, romance and above all comedy to keep you relaxed.
Mrs. Adams was shot on choice locations in Frankfurt, Germany and Nigeria.
The movie has an assemblage of some of Nollywood best superstars amongst whom are Francis
Duru, Cossy Ojiakor, Cynthia Agholor, Uche Ogbodo, Jude Orhorha, Obi Madubogwu,
Casandra Odita, Olutokun Amos and George Eyo etc. and international stars, including Dr. Queen Blessing, Isaac Izoya, Mathias Kramar, Hassna El- Bacha, Anslem Okhaimoh, Faith Ogoigbe, Imke Brenks and sensational Frankfurt based Zambia music icon, Yvonne Mwale.
The “Mrs. Adams” was produced by the delectable Global Empowerment Motivator, Dr. Queen
Blessing Itua (USA)/Queen Blessings Royal Productions & Cultural Ambassador – Isaac Izoya/Ehizoya Golden Entertainment (Germany), and directed by one of Nollywood best, Paul Julius Obomokhai (Nigeria).
This Anti-human Trafficking movie: “Mrs. Adams” film is an educational tool produced to create awareness and prevention in schools and communities across Africa, Europe, and in Western Countries. It also encourages a critical discussion of the impact of Human Trafficking on the social and economic development of women in general, and economic life circumstances of women especially in rural communities of Africa.