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Eniola Badmus, Kiki Omeili, Ashionye Raccah, Funky Mallam & Judith Audu star in “Deeply Cut” – a Hepatitis B Dilemma! Watch the Trailer



Deeply-Cut-Trailer- (7)Deeply Cut“, a story about the current rampage of Hepatitis B, is set to hit the cinemas soon.

The advocacy film features Eniola Badmus, Kiki Omeili, Ashionye Raccah, Funky Mallam and Judith Audu.

“Deeply Cut” tells the story of Bili’s greed that leads her to desperate measures to make extra money, leaving in her trail a lot of possibly infected casualties, which include her bosses. The movie also educates people about Hepatitis B.

The movie was produced by Kehinde Omoru, directed by Grace Edwin-Okon and music provided by Gospel Musician Glowreeyah Braimah.

Watch the trailer below.

See the character posters below.

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  1. tunmi

    August 30, 2016 at 4:32 pm

    Naija movies and anything involving science or fact does not have a strong reputation. This one hits close to home. But it looks like a health care organization is backing this so hopefully the science is good. The trailer told me nothing.

    Buttttt this collaboration with the health sector and Nollywood is a good thing. Films are an excellent and entertaining way to spread information.

    • Warri boy

      September 3, 2016 at 11:39 am

      @ tunmi, why are you talking from two sides of your mouth? watch the film first before you conclude that nollywood movies are this or that! Also do you know the use of a trailer? do you expect the film makers to put the full story in the trailer? please stop displaying your ignorance on social media, I am sure you don’t even have the 300naira sef to pay to watch the film and you are there talking like an illiterate
      @Bella naija this is a laudable one, at least the film has a purpose asper hepatitis, just hope the cast and crew did a good job

  2. True Talk

    September 2, 2016 at 12:48 pm

    Good job Grace!

  3. wakapass

    September 3, 2016 at 11:53 am

    #300????????? is this real? abi na joke? abeg Genesis confirm for us , before i go carry my family go there, then i go hear say na lie.
    weldone Kiki, be like say this your yoruba girl things fit you.
    this Grace Edwin-Okon shebi na the same one way win citypeople awards? @Bella naija she bi director abi producer sef?

  4. Rich Kid

    September 3, 2016 at 12:19 pm

    Story line- sounds interesting
    Picture quality-on point
    Poster. design- on point
    Actors- Correct. Stars
    Glowreeyah- miracle worker singer/correct song
    Director- the Grace Edwin-Okon lady,I think I have seen more of her producing jobs, I’ll watch and see if she is good,
    Bella naija-Thumbs up! More of this please not senseless post like some blogs that onlyfocus on gossip

  5. Tunde

    September 3, 2016 at 2:19 pm

    Is it a yoruba film? Has Eniola Badmus started acting English films?

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