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Touch My Heart is definitely a "Classic" Nigerian movie and a well-scripted Love Story - starring Richard Mofe Damijo (RMD), Stella Damasus, Joke Silva, Kate Henshaw, Bimbo Akintola, Keppy Ekpenyong, Segun Arinze. This are seasoned Nollywood actors and big players in Nigeria's film industry of today. Whenever it's February 14th Valentines day and you want to celebrate with your loved ones, Touch My Heart is a movie to complement the occasion.
I have no idea who to believe when it comes to love. To me "men are promiscuous, it takes self-discipline and self-control to remain faithful to their partners". As a personal trainer with a heart break assigned to train a man with his own marital issues, rather puts me in a dilemma. How complicated could this be? A blind side of love recruited.
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CAST: Richard Mofe Damijo (RMD), Stella Damasus, Joke Silva, Kate Henshaw, Bimbo Akintola, Keppy Ekpenyong, and Segun Arinze. A classic Nigerian movie by seasoned Nollywood actors.
Touch My Heart is a touching love story. The script of the Nollywood film was also fantastically written. This movie serves as a special dedication to all Nollywood lovers/fans around the world and their individual loved ones. Make sure to touch someone's heart this season and always. -Nigeria Movie Network
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When Is It Enough Nigerian movie is a story written and co-produced by Stella Damasus, one of Nollywood prominent actresses. The movie is based on actual events.
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The movie was inspired by an article written by Stella Damasus, and sheds light on the issue of domestic violence and the roles that the African society has played to aggravate it.
This film was written for screen and directed by multiple award winning filmmaker, Daniel Ademinokan. When is it Enough is a production of Index Two Studios.
Stella Damasus and Daniel Ademinokan produced the film under Index Two Studios, which is a world class production company they founded together.
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As nollywood continues to undergo revolution, a lot has become at stake and the stars are very much ready to up their game. The days are also fast approaching when actors and actresses who cannot deliver would be relegated to the backyard and pay dearly for it.
The year 2011 witnessed the release of a large number of movies that featured outstanding performances from various actresses such as – Genevieve Nnaji, Uche Jombo, Stella Damasus, Funke Akindele, Mercy Johnson, Rita Dominic, Monalisa Chinda, Omoni Oboli, Ini Edo, Nse Ikpe-Etim among several others.
So who is your best Nollywood actress this year 2011? And name one or two films your 2011 best actress starred in this year. Read more »
Not long ago, news broke out that beautiful Nollywood actress cum musician Stella Damasus was humiliated at the airport by the NDLEA just after Baba Suwe’s debacle.
Today, the beautiful mother spoke to PM News about how she was hurt by the lies spread by some people while she was far away working hard to put food on the table for her children. Read the excerpts:
Is it true you were harassed and interrogated by NDLEA officials while travelling to Dubai?
When the news first came to me, we were actually on the set of a film in Cameroon. When the e-mail came in I was stunned. At first, I was really shocked, but in five minutes, I brushed it aside and continued my work, because I know that nothing of that nature happened. They stated that it happened on 10 November in Lagos, but the fact is that at that time, I was already in Cameroon because I left Nigeria on 29 October with my film crew and equipment and we didn’t have any issues whatsoever, even with the heavy equipment we were taking to Cameroon.
However, after we finished shooting for the day, I realized that the news had spread and people were talking about it while it was everywhere on the internet. It hurts because people were so quick to spread the lie without waiting for a minute to verify it authenticity. That really hurts because I am human.
Did you suspect any foul play, especially when this is coming immediately after the Baba Suwe saga?
The truth is that I just believe that one jobless person somewhere decided to start spreading this silly rumor. Maybe he or she just felt he could make a mess of my reputation not realizing that he/she is actually making mockery of the entire Nollywood. We are still investigating the origin of this rumor though, so I expect the culprit to be on his toes now.
Do you think someone out there was trying to tarnish your image?
Frankly speaking, I wouldn’t waste my time on that. Let them keep trying. The only reason why someone would sit down and pick me as target for humiliation is simply because he or she is just a sadist and angry that he/she can never be me. Because of the nature of my job, my colleagues and I are seen out there as easy targets for such people, but we have learnt how to deal with them. The fact still remains that they can never distract me from my work.
While the negative rumor about your harassment by the NDLEA was making the rounds, you were in Cameroon shooting a movie. Could you tell us what the experience was like? Filming in Cameroon was an awesome experience for me.
The movie I went to make is actually my first attempt as a producer and I must say that it was worth every minute. I had the privilege of discovering some talents in Cameroon. The movie is entitled Unspoken and it was written by one of Nigeria’s top directors, Daniel Ademinokan, who also co-produced the movie with me. Mr. Ademinokan and I joined forces to set up a new production company called Index Two Studios and this movie is indeed one of a kind.
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