Actress makes grand return to international scene in 'Where Children Play' [Video]

The talented and beautiful Osas Ighodaro Ajibade, has made her return to the international movie scene, starring alongside Grammy Award winner Macy Gray. Watch trailer.

Nigerian actress, Osas Ighodaro Ajibade, has made her grand return to the international movie scene in 'Where Children Play.'

The upcoming film has the actress starring alongside Grammy Award winner Macy Gray and the star of the upcoming Spike Lee Oscar Contender, "ChiRaq", Teyonah Parris.

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'Where Children Play'  tells the story of Bell (Parris), who flees her Compton, California home to the serene lands of Savannah, Georgia.

10 years down the line, her mother passes and she has to return to Compton where she is forced to stay and nurse her sick father.

A task which proves daunting as the house becomes flooded with memories of the abuse theyendured at the hands of the very man she must now nurse.

READ : undefinedDirected by BAFTA/LA Winner Leila Djansi, 'Where Children Play' will be released by RLJ Entertainments Urban Movie Channel, launched by BET founder, Robert Johnson.Also starring in the film are; Brian White, Leon Robinson, Edwina Findley and Miranda Bailey.

'Where Children Play' is expected to hit the shelves in October.

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