Brilliant Cancer specialist Dr. Michael Durant is emotionally troubled, wrestling with the traumatic loss of his 10 year old daughter from Cancer. Immersing himself in his work in the hospital, away from his wife who blames him for their childs death, he forms an unlikely bond with a sick, loving, but rambunctious seven year old boy Sam, the son of a rich Jewish couple who are major contributors to the Hospitals Cancer Research Fund.Unfortunately, Sams health deteriorates drastically, and soon, he slips into a coma, with only a few days to live. Dr. Durant becomes desperate, willing to risk anything to save the childs life. A surreptitious Nigerian Nurse convinces him to seek the help of Dr. Bello, an uncertified Nigerian Doctor, known in the Brooklyn-African underground as a miracle worker. Dr. Bello, an introvert with a controversial past, secretly visits the child at night and administers a strange African potion, replete with incantations and by the next morning, miraculously, the…
User Reviews: The only critique I would give is that the cast line up is decent and good. The camera or quality of cameras used is evident in sound, visuals and the balance of voice volume with actions are evident. The Film is clearly telling a story. Over all the film could use warmth and gloss. This may be due to either lack of experience on directors part or the equipment and mastering of the film needed more time and finesse including equipment quality and standard. Still worth while to support African movies and the craft of african actors. Africa has a little distance to go in cinematography compared to India. This movie is important and exposes the darkness and maligned behaviour of the world medical system and pharmaceutical companies. Very powerful movie and ask the questions that need to be asked. Why would the medical system knowingly prevent doctors who can truly cure sicknesses from doing so? Greed , money, manipulation and control of humans. It is simply satanic and devilish at its cores.