Tamara Eteimo, Seun Akindele Dazzle In Unblissful
The flick is a romantic thriller that shows the travails of two frustrated adults, Raymond Citizen, an insurance marketer, and Jeffa Adolo, a beautiful, but out-of-job journalist, both desiring to break out of jinx, which surround their personal and professional lives.
Written by Gbenga Adesanya, it is directed by Ike Nnaebue, a fast-rising director in movie industry. Other casts of the movie include, Rachel Oniga, Funsho Adeolu and Ghanaian actor, Ron Solomon Maxwell.
The suspense, intrigued-filled romantic thriller centres on Jeffa played by Tamara, who soon realise that Raymond (Seun Akindele) is a disaster waiting to happen, a situation she has never found herself before.
She suddenly realises that people who have been around her a long time, like her fiancé, whom she has frequently discountenanced, are good people. This, coupled with the difficult contract, make her become very humble and subservient, a complete parallel to her usual life.
Raymond, on the other hand, realises that rather than become a good man that is in control of his situation, he is fast becoming a strange animal that is alien to his truenature.
Known for her impressive role interpretation, Eteimo and Akindele, give award winning performances in the thriller. The petite actress, has several nominations to her movie portfolio including, Best Supporting Actress for Nigeria Entertainment Award in New York and Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Award (AMVCA).
With Unblissful as her third movie as a producer, Tamara has shown that she is not a flash in the pan and she is indeed making her mark in Nollywood as an actress and producer to look out for. Her cinematic debut Somewhere Down The Line, which was premiered in 2014, was followed by Nyoma.
While on location, in Lagos, BBC crew led by Margaret, stormed the set of the movie to capture the artistic splendor of Nollywood Reloaded, the company behind the production of the movie, using some of the finest film technology to inspire, entertain and inform people of all ages with positive enriching motion picture experiences.
Set to take over Nollywood, in the last six months, Nollywood Reloaded has shot a total 11 movies including Nne, Cassanova, Pure Chances, Awoyaju, The Waiter, Dancehood, Kan ni wo ni, Afara Oyin, and Omo Inu Igo.
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