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Wednesday, August 10, 2011


Nollywood actress Uche Jombo on August 5, 2011, had her dreams to
redefine Nollywood movies fulfilled as her movie ‘Damage’ arrived in
cinemas across Nigeria. This highly anticipated movie, earlier
premiered amidst loads of pomp and style at the Silverbird Galleria in
Lagos, has since its arrival at cinemas across the federation been
enjoying a lot of patronage from movie lovers.

The thrilling movie ‘Damage’, tells the story of love and the pain of
domestic violence with a style that projects the subject as one that
has not been threaded before in a movie. A man (Kalu Ikeagwu) and his
wife (Uche Jombo) love each other immensely yet their day to day life
can only be described as a ‘cat and mouse’ situation. They fight
violently almost on a daily basis and one of the long run effects of
their fights is the psychological torture their children had to go
Directed by Moses Inwang, ‘Damage’ is advocating and at the same time
highly entertaining. It features Nollywood finest like Uche Jombo,
Kalu Ikeagwu, Tonto Dikeh, Basorge Tariah Jr and others.
However, on August 13, 2011, Uche Jumbo in company of Tonto Dikeh,
Basorge Tariah Jr and Kalu Ikeagwu all of whom acted in ‘Damage’, will
be meeting and greeting fans at the Xcape Centre, 119 stadium road,
Port Harcourt.
Speaking on the movie, the producer Uche Jumbo Said, ‘the journey into
the production of ‘Damage’  was not an easy one, it was very involving
in terms of budget and other logistics but the  quality of movie we
came up with and the response we are getting from the cinemas has
proven that all our efforts was worth it. I am happy about the turn
out of the movie at the cinema, it just shows that Nigerians know and
appreciate a good movie’.
Uche Jombo went all the way for this particular production as the
Damage story is a trilogy. Beyond ‘Damage’ the first of the trilogy,
the story extends to ‘My life my Damage’ and ‘My Country their
Damage’. These three movies are however interwoven but distinct from
each other. Each story addresses important problems affecting
individuals, families and societies at large.
The Damage movie soundtrack by Mo Seeze featuring Gino is already
garnering a lot of accolades all over the internet and now Uche Jombo
has gone ahead to release a video for the Damage sound track. She says
her fans are in for loads of fun as they will enjoy the video as they
did the song.