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After impressive movie credit including Mr. and Mrs, Phone Swap, Guilty Pleasures, Re-loaded, Kiss and Tell, Edikan to name a few, star actress, Nse Ikpe Etim has declared that her role in Broken, an-about-to-be-released-movie is the most emotional she has ever played.

Broken, featuring stunning actress, Nse Ikpe Etim, talented actor, Kalu Ikeagwu and veteran actor, Bimbo Manuel and a collection of up and coming acts from the capital city of Abuja will be out on DVD on Saturday, November 9, 2013.

Nse Ikpe Etim has received critical acclaim for her roles in past years and has been nominated for several awards among which are Best Actress in a Leading Role at the African Movie Academy Awards in 2009, Best Actress at Nollywood Movie Award among others. Her role in Mr. and Mrs and Phone Swap dominated pages of pages and amassed rave reviews all through last year and early this year.

Speaking on the movie, Nse Ikpe Etim said, “When I was given the script, I couldn't but say yes. The storyline is very touching; it was a real life scene to me. Being on set with Kalu Ikeagwu and Bimbo Manuel was a nice experience; Broken is my most emotional movie till date, the experience will linger for a long time”

With outstanding directing skills from the director and the producer, Bright Wonder,

Broken is an emotional flick centered around the lives of two adults and past lovers, Nse Ikpe Etim and Kalu Ikeagwu, once married, got separated and along the line, their lives were later thrown into chaos as mistakes of their past lives including the aftermath of the children they failed to bring up properly in their selfish union, come haunting their present as asylum, death-row and street living mar their once sane lives.

According to Bright Wonder “Broken is a social movie that addresses the menace of child abuse, neglect, trafficking, exposing its adverse effects and repercussion on the Nigerian child and the society as a whole”.

The DVD copies are affordable and available in stores and film houses nationwide.