The Movie " When Is It Enough" Set To Premiere in New York

When Is It Enough, the movie directed by Daniel Ademinokan and written by Stella Damasus will have it's new york screening tomorrow being 29th of March.

When It Is Enough  is a film based on true events. It focuses on  the ills of domestic violence against women.

Directed by Daniel Ademinokan based on an article written by Nigerian movie icon Stella Damasus. The aim of the movie according to Daniel is to enlighten the public more on the issue and open the eyes of women to the ills of domestic violence.

When is it enough is produced by Daniel Ademinokan and Stella Damasus under Index Two Studios production.

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