The Surrogate of Infidelity (2018)

Director
Emmanuel T. Adéola

Main cast
Marlon Blue; Carolina Herranz-Carr; Joshua B. Mills; Dannielle B. Harriette; Andrea Martinez

Genres
Drama, Thriller, Romance

Description
A psychological drama thriller based on infidelity....


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