Mum Dad Meet Sam, a romantic comedy will hit cinemas from July 10th 2015. FilmOne Distribution, the brand synonymous with the theatrical distribution of box office smash hits, and Restless Distribution unveiled same. Joseph Benjamin brings on his charming personality and poise with his scintillating performance, alongside UK top comedian, AY Dot, dishing out ceaseless rib cracking lines, and the stunningly delightful beauty to behold, English sweetheart, Danielle Down.
The awesome trio coupled with Segilola Ogidan, Edith Nwekenta, Anthony Ofoegbu, Helen Gold, amidst the web of a flawless production, makes MDMS, a film to watch. Having had its world premiere in December 2014, with the creme de la crème of Entertainment in the UK attending and showering encomiums on the high end production, and the endless accolades from movie buffs and critics, movie goers in Nigeria will no doubt enjoy the ride in the MDMS roller coaster.
The movie unveils Josiah Abiola (Joseph Benjamin) who is at the peak of his career. The only thing left is to find the perfect girl to settle down with, and Samantha Smith (Daniella Down) is stunning, intelligent, and pretty much fits the picture. Both meet and fall in love and might just be perfect for each other. He decides to take her home to meet his family…in Nigeria. What is meant to be a special occasion turns out to be their worst nightmare. Throw in a cocktail of the devious ex-girlfriend Morenike (Edith Nwekenta), an over protective, overdramatic mother (Helen Gold), and the fact that Sam is… ENGLISH, then you have a recipe for an explosive and disastrous encounter ripe with awkwardness and hilarity.
The Nigerian cinema release of MDMS is also marks the first time that FilmOne Distribution partners with Restless Distribution on a local release. Restless is the worldwide distributor of the film, and will roll out MDMS in other territories around the globe following the Nigerian release. “We are proud to be partnering with FilmOne on this exciting release, when it comes to Nigeria FIlmOne are the market leaders in cinema entertainment, and we hope to partner on many exciting titles in the near future” commented Mr Tendeka Matatu head of Restless Distribution.
According to Mr Kene Mkparu, the CEO of FilmOne distribution, “FilmOne has a pedigree of releasing highly entertaining movies which appeals to Nigerians and Non-Nigerians domiciled in the country. MDMS is no exception in our repertoire of releases. It’s a fun filled movie and those who watch the movie are guaranteed to visually savour every scene and get their monies worth”.
MDMS, is an OKP film production by UK based Nigerians, Segilola Ogidan, and Edit Nkwetha. The producers urge movie buffs, lovers, goers, critics to troop to the cinemas upon its release, and to bask in the euphoria of this quality cinematic production.
We can’t wait to see it…