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St. Mary Movie on human trafficking opens in cinemas on May 22

Nollywood movie, St. Mary has been scheduled to open in Nigerian cinemas from May 22, 2015.

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After its premiere at the Odeon Cinema in London, JBIS Integrated Resources Limited flick, St. Mary, is expected to hit Nigerian cinemas in few weeks.

Taking the lead character as well as an associate producer, Keppy Ekpeyong Bassey Inyang brings to fore a laudable performance as Don Dada in the movie which also starred Zack Orji, Toyin Alausa, Joseph Benjamin, Benita Nzeribe, Ibinabo Fiberesima, Paul Obazele, Sefiya Ibrahim, Caren Agwambo and Scott Roberts.

In a chat with the producers of the flick, the movie would open at the Silverbird Galleria on Friday, May 22, 2015 amidst pomp and glee.

It was even disclosed by the director, Matthias Obahiagbon, that the movie is scheduled to open at cinemas in America after a tour of few states in the United States of America.

The 110 minutes movie, which centres on the negative implication of sex and human trafficking, is a project produced by Obi Anthony Osotule, Keppy Ekpeyong Bassey Inyang and Darlington Agha.

Speaking on the movie, Bassey Inyang said, 'It's always a delight to be able to contribute to a cause and such is the issue of human trafficking. The St. Mary is an advocacy flick that I'm glad to be associated with and I can tell you that with projects like this, we can sensitize more people than you can imagine.'

On his part, Darlington Agha said, ‘Human trafficking is a world wide phenomenon so it is not out of place to embark on a world tour with the movie so that people can learn from the narrative. So we will take it round and then hold a grand premiere in Nigeria where the movie was shot’.’

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