Joseph Benjamin, Obi Emelonye, others attend London premiere

Actors and filmmakers storm London for the premiere of romantic comedy 'Mum, Dad, Meet Sam'. See photos.

The world premiere of took place on Saturday, December 6, 2014.  The movie which premiered in London at the Genesis Cinema, received positive reviews from reputable media men and women.

Authentic, relatable and very current. - Mary Shittu, Businesswoman and TV Presenter

MDMS is a sublime thinking man's comedy; expertly narrated in a subtle but impressive style. I would go as far as saying that this is the best Nigerian film I am seeing this year - Obi Emelonye, Director of Last Flight to Abuja and other Box Office sell-out movies.Very good story-line, good actors and consistently very funny - Sam Onigbanjo, Founder of Women4Africa and NEL Awards.The film has raised the standard of Nollywood movies. Very comical and Unpredictable - Collins Archie-Pearce, Film ProducerI would not normally sit down to watch films during its premiere but as for MDMS, I laughed thoroughly. Thank God I did not crack my camera lens. Lol. I must watch it again - Daniel Sync

Directed by Tony Sebastian Ukpo, Written and produced by Segilola Ogidan & Edith Nwekenta, 'Mum, Dad, Meet Sam' stars Joseph Benjamin, ADOT Comedian, Daniella Down,Theodora Ibekwe-Oyebade, Helen Gold, Anthony Ofoegbu, Edith Nwekenta, Segilola Ogidan and Marlene Abuah.

See photos below.

Photo source: Sync photos.

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