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WATCH: The first trailer for ‘93 Days’

06 July 2016, 11:37

Lagos - Nollywood movie '93 days' has released its first trailer.

The film  was inspired by late Dr Stella Adadevoh of First Consultants Hospital in Lagos and her courageous team who joined hands in fighting the spread of  deadly Ebola Virus Disease.

The film took 10 weeks of nonstop filming, and directed by Steve Gukas the movie stars in the film include Hollywood actors  Danny Glover and Tim Reid with Nollywood stars Bimbo Akintola, Gideon Okeke and  Keppy Ekpeyong.

When Patrick Sawyer a Liberian American collapses upon arrival at the Murtala Mohammed International airport, Lagos – Nigeria. He is taken to First Consultant Hospital, where he is admitted with fever like symptoms.

Also read:Producers of Ebola film reply accusers

Against his denials of contact with any Ebola victim in Liberia, the team at first consultant led by Dr. Ameyo Adadevoh quickly deduce there is more to his case than malaria. Their vigilance leads to an early detection that Mr Sawyer indeed had the Ebola Virus disease. Now it’s a race against time to contain a deadly disease from breaking out and infecting an entire city population and beginning what could be the biggest deadly disease outbreak the world has ever known.

The scare is palpable across the country. The doomsday scenario imagined is here.

Over a 93-day period from when Sawyer comes in men and women from Nigeria, WHO and MSF do battle with this deadly disease.

At its core, 93Days is a compelling human story of dedication, sacrifice, resilience and survival.

- News24


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