Nothing could be more painful in life than for a child to watch his father die in the hands armed robbers, such is the story of Suzane in the film, Silent Battle. Her father Is murdered in cold blood as she watched them escape with her father’s hard earned money.
Suzane grew up as a secret agent. She was able to recognise one of the killers later on in an encounter in a shopping mall. But things became easier for Suzane when she discovered that her bosom friend Chioma is dating leader of the robbery gang. She moved into their home under pretence and installed cameras and trackers, making the gang vulnerable.
While monitoring them, Ngozi’s fiancé who has just been dismissed from work arrives home to settle down with her only for him to pick up an old school friend along the road that turned out to be a member of the gang. Nzozi’s fiancé is arrested. What will be his fate? This is left for you to find out in the film. Also of interest is the subplot featuring Ify, a well educated lady , with her mother struggling to match make her.
Rated 18 by the National Film and Video Censors Board, Silent Battle comes with a good storyline. Pictures qualities are also okay, but sound could be better. It is produced and directed by Silvia Eguakhide. Oge Okoye played Mary, Uche Jumbo played Ify, Richardo Agbor played Dubem, Sandra Ezuani was Susan, while Ashley Nwosu played Ngozi’s uncle.