A young girl enters a TV reality show contest as a means to escape the haunting ghost of her past and her present deprivation. However, an incident in the house forces her to go back to the past she had tried to forget and further reveal a disturbing secret that would throw the entire nation into shock.
The hilarious experiences in the house turn the table in an unexpected way bound to keep audiences in stitches and at the edges of their chairs at the same time.
CHATROOM is an inspiring story of hope and triumph; set against the backdrop of an original TV reality show inspired by true life events. It was shot at Ultima Studios, Lagos, Minaj Studios, Obosi and other locations in Delta and Lagos states in Nigeria. It is distributed by FilmOne distribution.
BREAK THE SILENCE!
The Chatroom movie project isn’t just about the movie. We have established an organization that will help fight all forms of sexual abuse at all levels and also help victims to rediscover themselves and realign them with their life dreams.
We encourage people in this category to take the bold step and Break The Silence by connecting with counsellors and meeting other people who have suffered the same fate all in our Chat room.
It is a fantastic story. Unique and different
I didn't see the twist coming. Beautiful movie
A beautiful and fantastic story
FROM THE BLOG
Peju Ibekwe’s CHATROOM to be released on April 15
International award winning music star, Omawumi Megbele, ace broadcaster and publisher, Adesuwa Onyenokwe, Nollywood lover boy, Ibrahim Suleiman, comedian Akpororo, award winning actor, Tony Umez,
CHATROOM Stars Feature on TW Magazine Cover
Do you remember when CHATROOM stars were featured on the cover of Today's Woman Magazine? Omawumi Megbele, Nengi Adoki, Vivian Anani & Ronya Man rocked the cover of
Chatroom debuts in style to celebrate IWD
To celebrate international women’s day, the Deputy British High Commissioner, Harriet Thompson, hosted guests to an exclusive screening of the movie, CHATROOM, produced by Peju Ibekwe. Members of the press,