"Entrust" Watch trailer for short film on rape, abuse, molestation

"Entrust" is based on a true life story of a young girl, who suffered rape, abuse, molestation, assault and child Labour in the hands of her guardians who had promised her a better life.

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The director of the short movie "Save Me," Stanley Aguzie,  is back with a new one titled "Entrust."


"Entrust" is based on a true life story of a young girl, who suffered rape, abuse, molestation, assault and child Labour in the hands of her guardians who had promised her a better life.

Directed by Stanley Aguzie, the short film stars Tony Ogbetere, Uchechi Esiagu, Idiatat O Idiata, Stella Nkwocha, Dan Dollars Daniel, Okeke Obunike Chris, Adaeze Esiagu, Queeneth Esiagu and Onyinyechi Adiodo.

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Directors Note:
Until everyone chooses to speak up, child rape, abuse, molestation and child labour will not stop. Everyday children go through this trauma in the hands of their supposed guardians.

Child rape is on the increase in Africa. Like the case of Ese, I heard the man who and raped her was released from police custody to go live his life, while the little Ese suffer the trauma of an abused child. Take to deep consideration what happens to this children afterward.

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Let us all support the fight against rape, child abuse, child molestation and child labour. Don't turn your face away from this because its happening around you, ask questions, report offenders. Every child deserves a better life.

"Entrust" is produced by Stantorch Entertainment Limited And Stanley Aguzie Films.

WATCH TRAILER HERE

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