It is common practice among corporate organisations to drive their marketing departments with pretty girls, often clad in very revealing dresses in other to achieve corporate targets, but hardly would you find girls born to owners of such establishments in the league of ladies used in the marketing drive.
But the film Prodigal Daughter appears to be more of an exception other than the rule. It is centred on the lifestyle of Mike, a businessman, who is not doing very well and opts to use his only daughter, Anita to win clients for his business. But as things improve, other pretty girls were brought in as proposal tactician to lure influential men.
But how far can Anita go in the quest to get men to okay proposals for her father’s firm. This is left for you to find out in the film put together by Ezeakunne Chinedu and Don Single Ndubuisi.
Rated 18 by the National Film and Video Censors Board, Prodigal Daughter comes with a good storyline. Picture quality is okay, but the audio could be improved upon.
But it could have been better if the producers had paid attention to details by matching utterance with visuals. For instance Anita had requested for a meeting at Laxion Hotel, but what was established Parlos Verdes Hotel, Awka which appears to be a technical defect. Ngozi Ezeonu, Queen Nwokoye and Jibola Dabo are some of the artistes employed by the producers to tell the story.