Cameroon Film ‘Not My Will’ Launch Party, August 7th, 2010 (VIDEO Trailer)

Cameroon film makers prepare for the launch of ‘Not My Will.’ According to film producers,

“Not My Will is a movie which depicts the perils faced by youths, especially in University environments. At the beginning of the movie, the main protagonist, Nalo, is distressed by a very disturbing dream which plunges her into the hands of Simon, a ‘successful’ scammer who dazzles her with his ill-gotten riches and flashy lifestyle. Unable to resist, she is dragged into a world of ostentatious living without knowing the source of these riches. This causes her relationship with her boyfriend, Weg to undergo some strain. When she finally finds out the source of his money, she is appalled and she humiliates him publicly. Simon is infuriated and is determined to get his dignity restored at the expense of Nalo.

Fate finally catches up with Simon, and he gets to pay back for all the pain he has caused others by reaping where he did not sow. The lesson – “you better be careful how you live, someday you go die!”

Not My Will is also a musical thriller with performances by a great variety of artists in a live musical concert. Painting, another aspect of art which is often under looked in our society is also brought out in the movie through Weg whose father and mother did not like to see him draw and watch any musical channel. He however, finally became a very talented young man.”

The launch party will be held on August 7th, 2010 at 6pm at the Chariot Hotel Banquet Hall, Buea. Tickets cost 5000 frs cfa. There will also be live performances by Cameroon’s popular artists. For more info. contact +237 76695413 or email

NOTE: Representations made about film are those of film producers. has not reviewed film yet.

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