Drawing Strength, produced by Dimbo & Karachi Atiya, is a story of a young and enterprising architect on her geometric rise to the top of her career.

Lami Washik sits atop a successful career that’s being celebrated by the society, gracing magazine covers and getting high profile architectural designs.

And as it happens, there are always unseen hands in every thriving enterprise and that’s where the power lady’s problems start.

While she’s busy hugging the limelight and basking in the accolades of a successful career, the real hands doing all the dirty works for her by name Rufus, a crackhead, is languishing in poverty.

Lami, battling with crisis of existence, is torn between balancing her Christian faith and being exposed as a fraud, with nothing to offer upstairs.

Will she hang on to her faith while her career is about to collapse before her eyes, with a blackmail to fornicate, or forced to bare her fangs?

Drawing Strength is a story of love, betrayal, jealousy, blackmail, setup and psychological imbalances.

I didn’t regret killing my precious sleep to see this movie as it crosses all A+ of a good movie production. See Nollytrailers scores below.

Drawing Strength
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Story4.5
Originality4.5
Predictability4
Directing/Production4
Acting4.5
Costumes/Makeups3.5
Props/Effects4
Video Quality4.5
Audio Quality4.5
Soundtrack4.5
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