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“Zero Deal”, Nollywood movie on challenges African migrants face in Europe hits German cinemas

“Zero Deal”, a new Nollywood movie will be screening for three consecutive days in Freiburg, Germany from 8th to 10th November 2016.

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The feature movie shot in Nigeria and Germany tells the true and difficult experiences many African immigrants in Europe undergo.

It narrates how a good number of Africans come to Europe with dreams of having a good life. They however find themselves in very challenging situations and have to make decisions and do what they would never do in normal circumstances.

“Zero Deal” is directed by Evans Osigwe and produced by Prince Ogugua Igwe, a Nigerian actor, scriptwriter and producer based in Germany.

Famous Nollywood actress Uche Ogbodo plays Tina in "Zero Deal"
Famous Nollywood actress Uche Ogbodo plays Tina in “Zero Deal”

The cinema screenings will be graced by Mayor of Freiburg “Bürgermeister” Ulrich von Kirchbach and his wife, the producer Mr Igwe and wife Princess Victoria Igwe, and several German actors featured in the movie including Nico Alesi, Ronja, Borer, Ivanka, Madunovic, Lea Eilebrecht, Christine Kallfass and Sonna.

The “Zero Deal” Production Manager and Nigerian actor Oscar Akanazu and many other Nigerian actors will also attend the screenings.

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“Words alone cannot express my feelings to have achieved this goal of screening my first movie production in a European Cinema. All glory to God for making it possible,” said Prince Igwe.

He is grateful to God for giving him the inspiration to write a heart touching script.

“Zero Deal” had its world premiere in Freiburg on 24th September 2016.

Prince Igwe said he was deeply touched to see how happy people were during the premiere especially the way they were captivated by the movie.

“Zero Deal” will be showing in Cinema Kommunales Kino Freiburg e.V., Urachstr. 40, 79102 Freiburg, ‪0761 – 459800-13‬, on 8th November at 19:30; Wednesday 9th November at 21:30 and Thursday 10th November at 22:00.

Soon it will be showing in other cinemas throughout Germany.

By Stephen Ogongo Ongong’a

 

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