THROWBACK MOVIE: VICTIMS


Yeni (Mercy Aigbe) didn’t have the kind of childhood she would have wanted for herself. She had a troubled past. As a child, she constantly watched her daddy (Funsho Adeolu) repeatedly batter her mum (Fathia balogun). She pleaded with her mum that they should run away but the mum felt a broken home was not good for the upbringing of children, so she stayed back. Unfortunately, oneday, her daddy battered her mum to death, this made Yeni unhappy and made her hate men.

Her dad however threatened to kill her if she revealed to anyone that he was behind her mother- his wife’s death. But Yeni trusting the mum’s younger brother revealed the secret to him, but her uncle however betrayed her trust by revealing what she had told him to her daddy which made her flee from the house.

Her hatred for men grew and knew no bounds. It got worse when at a tender age she was held captive in a secretive house used as baby factory. Yeni was constantly raped and the children that came out of it sold out.
On the day she finally gained liberty, she was again raped, but this time she killed the man, making her resolve into killing all men that misbehaved. she turned into a prostitute but only for a reason. Oneday, love found her and this man called Deolu (Seun Akindele) took her off the prostitution job unaware of her past. One day, she found her husband in a compromising position. Now, what do you think would happen to the husband? Would he be a victim also? Find out here.

Click to watch the movie here……..
https://youtu.be/FeWrakAOAX4

Starring- Mercy Aigbe, Seun Akindele, Fathia Balogun, Olu Jacobs, Juliet Ibrahim, Saidi balogun, Olajumoke George, Funsho Adeolu, Bose Akinola, Kunle Da Silva, Jude Orhorha
Producer- Mercy Aigbe, Director- launcelot Oduwa Imaseun
Duration: 2 hours 25 minutes, Year: 2015

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