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Nollywood actress Chinenye Uyanna: Watch Zero Deal to see how uneasy it is to live in Europe

Zero Deal, a movie showing the real life experience of many Africans who come to Europe will be premiered in Freiburg, Germany on 24th September 2016.

The movie shot in Nigeria and Germany, revolves around passion, love, hatred, violence, betrayal, etc.

Chinenye-Uyanna

The movie tells several stories of Africans whose lives have taken completely different directions from what they had in mind before coming to Europe. It shows how challenges do force many into doing 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.

Fast-rising Nollywood actress Chinenye Uyanna plays Cynthia in the movie.

She tells Afronews.de that Zero Deal is “centred on love, betrayal, disappointment, lies, violence and hatred.”

It is a “very emotional and natural” movie, she adds.

Nollywood actress Chinenye Uyanna plays Cynthia in Zero Deal
Nollywood actress Chinenye Uyanna plays Cynthia in Zero Deal

Uyanna urges all to watch the movie to have a better understanding of what African migrants go through in Europe. “This is a movie everyone must watch and see how uneasy it is to live in Europe. People think life in Europe is the best without knowing that there are lots of secrets behind it. Zero Deal really explains it all,” Ms Uyanna says.

She recalls how nice it was working on the movie. “The crew were on point and I never regretted working with them. The producer is a very good man though we had our fall-out but being the nice person he is everything was sorted out. I enjoyed working with him and I don’t mind working with him all over and over again…”

By Stephen Ogongo Ongong’a

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