Judith Audu set to release Not Right
NOLLYWOOD actress, Judith Audu, has wrapped up work on her debut production, Not Right, which is set to tackle the rising wave of domestic violence.
Not Right, a short film, revolves around a woman who is always battered by her husband. She is, however, caught between reporting to the police, as advised by her neighbour, and leaving before it’s too late.
“I decided to do a story on domestic violence because, from the stories we read every day, it seems to have become a terrible menace that is gradually eating deep into our society. We can’t stress it enough that it is not acceptable and should not be tolerated at all because women are not punching bags. Any man who claims to love a woman will not hit her, let alone beat her till she becomes unconscious.
“We need to educate people that women are not punching bags. In fact, love is not expressed by beating up women, no matter how annoying she becomes. People should learn to communicate and try to understand one another.”
The flick, which was directed by Uduak-Obong Patrick, stars Omowunmi Dada, Ani Iyoho and Philip Ogedegbe.
On her plans to produce more films, she said, “I am first an actor and I am still busy with a lot of projects at the moment. I am also working on my TV show by the side.”
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