Native Media’s romantic thriller “Voiceless”, is coming to Netflix on the 27th of June 2021.
Voiceless is a very touching movie, inspired by the dreadful Boko Haram insurgency in Northern Nigeria. It tells the gripping love story of a helpless schoolgirl, Salma, kidnapped along sides other young ladies to drive home their abductor`s agenda against western education for the girl child, and Goni a skilled mechanic who is forced to work for them.
Goni and Salma find in each other; solace, love, and most importantly, the will to survive.
Written by Jennifer Agunloye, directed by Robert Peters, and Produced by Rogers Ofime, ‘Voiceless’ gives us a glimpse into life in captivity, and the unexpected hostility that awaits the lucky few who get out alive.
During its press screening in November 2020, attendees didn’t hold back from sharing their thoughts on Voiceless.
“For Voiceless, we took the road not travelled by many and are happy we did. As you sit to enjoy the film, I urge you to take a minute to think quietly, soberly and deeply, that there is hope, and we can be the change we want.”
The Executive Producer.
“We pushed to tell the story even though the odds against us were thirty to one. The story is meaningful, not just because it tells us something about the world we live in, but because it tells us something about ourselves as individuals”