Movie Premiere: Breach of Trust set to screen in Cameroon

Breach of Trust set to hit Cinemas in Cameroon!

Breach of trust

 

After creating major buzz in the UK, Breach of Trust a movie which tackles incest and abuse is set to hit the big screen in Cameroon. The movie which features actors from the UK, Cameroon and Nigeria, first hit the big screen in June 2017 at a star studded premiere at the Imax Odeon Cinema, Birmingham. Now it’s time for this revolutionary movie to make its debut in Cameroon come October 21st 2017 at the Canal Olympia Cinema Bessengue, Douala.
Incest and sexual assault by family members who we trust is a common but poorly addressed issue in our society. This is often due to societal pressures, fear, guilt, not knowing who to talk to, where to get support, the need to protect abusers reputation and even the fear that no one will believe you.  It is with this in mind and drawing from a true life story that Roseline Fonkwa –Moundjongui, a UK based Cameroonian producer developed the movie concept.

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It is a 3R Production movie directed by Nelson Spyk (UK) and Nkanya Nkwai (Cameroon) that tells the story of two families who try to live a normal life but unfortunately one family member in each household sexually abuse the young girls in the family. The movie features mind blowing performances from movie talents like Cameroon’s Epule Jeffrey, Princess Brun Njua, Gelam Dickson, Susan Kembling, Nkwenti Ruth, Achille Fotso and Nigeria’s Walter Anga plus many more.  The ultimate goal of the movie “Breach of Trust” is to raise awareness in our communities and let people feel safe to talk about this issue, deal with it and sign post victims on where they can get support.

Roseline Fonkwa-Moundjongui tackles incest in the movie “Breach of Trust”.

“Breach of Trust” features actors from UK, Cameroon and Nigeria and will be premiered on the 9th of June 2017 at 8; 30 pm at the Imax Odeon Cinema, Greenwich.

Breach of Trust features actors from UK, Cameroon and Nigeria and will be premiered on the 9th of June 2017 at 8; 30 pm at the Imax Odeon Cinema, Greenwich.

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Incest and sexual assault by family members whom we trust is a common but unaddressed issue in our society today. This is often due to societal pressures, fear, guilt, not knowing who to talk to, where to get support, feeling threatened, the need to protect their abusers reputation, family name and even the fear of not being believed. More often than not the abusers are not brought to justice and are therefore free to carry out this same sinful act over and over on new victims. This is our sad reality especially in Africa.

It is with this in mind and drawing from a true life story of a young lady who had been abused in the past by a family member but didn’t speak up till she was abused again that Roseline Fonkwa –Moundjongui produced the movie, “Breach of Trust”.

Breach of trust

It is a UK (NelsonSpyk) /Cameroon (Nkanya Nkwai) Production that tells the story of two families who try to live a normal life but unfortunately one family member in each household sexually abuse the young girls in the family. These abusers and parents are in a position of Trust but they break this trust when they make the decision to abuse their helpless young girls hence the title “BREACH OF TRUST”. It is an Epic story which explores how we perceive incest as a taboo and cover up abusers rather than stand up to them and end the cycle. It is filled with raw emotion and takes the viewer into the mind of an abused kid while sounding the trumpet for a call to action against this societal worm that is quietly feeding on young ones.  The ultimate goal of the movie “Breach of Trust” is to raise awareness in our communities and let people feel safe to talk about this issue, deal with it and signpost victims on where they can get support.

 

About 3R Production

3R Productions was created in September 2016
The aim is to make movies that tells stories happening within our communities and  addressing social issues affecting our communities

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