Nollywood actress, Natasha Paton, who played a supporting role in the much anticipated Christmas movie titled, “The Christmas gift” has said that it would be refreshing for all parents to attend the Christmas gift movie premiere with their children, because it entails more lessons for parents on how to relate to their kids on Christmas day and festive seasons.
According to her, the movie portrays the need for children to have parents around during Christmas and those wishing their children well during Christmas.
She added that the movie is dear to her heart, because movies which exhibit the appropriate way of life of a family and talks about children’s relationship with their parents are scarce.
“The Nollywood industry, hardly shoot movies that talk about kids or child- parents relationship and since our children needs this kind of movies to watch, we need to encourage any producer who invests in that direction”, she said.
Talking about her role in the movie, she hinted that she played the role of an angel and a police woman, who protected the children in the movie.
The movie directed by a UK based Nigerian film producer, Rhoda Wilson, is set to be premiered on November 24, at Odeon Cinema Surrey Quays Redriff Road London.
Natasha Paton, urged everyone to come and support and further explained that every industry needs support from individuals and corporate entities.