Entreat is a star studded movie by talented director Michael Asuelime. The movie is a story within a story of 4 friends and their crazy complicated lives – a phenomenon most adults can relate to.
“Sharon is a young executive who owns a budding consultancy firm in Lagos. She is in an open secret relationship with Tunde, a colleague. After a night out together, they had an argument over who should have settled the bill, and the argument resulted in a quarrel which took Tunde away from the office and separated them for some days. In a bid to resolve the issue, Sharon went to Tunde’s house and there she stumbled on Tunde going out in company of another lady. As she moves to take her belongings from Tunde’s house, she finds something captivating and interesting…a script; which Tunde has been working on privately.
The script became the film as Sharon reads and gets engrossed in it. The script is a story of four friends; Michael, Segun, Muyiwa and Charles, who are in different challenging relationships. Each relationship has peculiar issues with everyone trying hard to protect personal interest regardless of who is hurt. Entreat is a story that reveals the daily challenges of young adults in a dynamic society like ours, and the individual strategy people employ to overcome these challenges.”
Entreat is a product of BP Vision Ltd, and the producers promise that the movie is a blockbuster. This proposed blockbuster features stars like Dakore Akande, Wole Ojo, Bryan Okwara, Osas Ajibade, Alexx Ekubo, Zainab Balogun, Sadiq Daba, Eku Edewor and many other talented stars.
Entreat premiered in the cinemas on 29th April, 2016.
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