Starring Hilda Dokubor (the other actors/actresses paled in comparison) Director: Ndubuisi Okoh (I think that was his last name) synopsis: Chief Fredericks is married to two wives because his first wife did not have male children. Unfortunately for chief, the second wife is a real hell-raiser and fire starter and there is no peace in the house. She encourages her sons to continually insult the first wife and beat her children. Things get to a head when in the middle of a fight, the chief's brother is killed by the hell-raiser's son when he tries to stop a fight between the wives and the kids. Following tradition, chief has no option but to marry the wife of his late brother who is very uncouth, and has one bad leg. You guessed it, more trouble in the house with the third wife and her kids added to the mix. the third wife turns up pregnant and chif says it's not his. chif finally dies of a heart attack, two of the wives sieze his properties, the mystery still remains who is the father of the baby?? does peace reign supreme now that chif is dead? does hell-raiser wife simmer down even in the face of the elders and chief of the land? my thoughts: me? i laughed when I watched this movie. it was quite funny to me. I haven't seen Hilda Dokubor act in many moives, but in this one, she stole it all. she was the bad wife extra ordinare and she had spunk when she was playing her role. they tried to address the issues of being content with the children you have, and doing away with traditions that don't make sense. some scenes were quite cheesy, and looooooooooooooooooooong, unneccessarily long, but all in all, i liked the movie. I'd recommend it to anyone who finds it. it's old though, came out in 2003. abeg has anyone seen this film? if you have what do you think? and abeg, what other films has Hilda Dokubor acted in? I swear she was specatuclar in this one. you would think that in the prescense of the King of her land, she would show some respect, right? hell nah, she was still the same sharp tongued, mad woman...i loved that scene where she appeared with the Igwe and the council of elders.