Nikyatu Jusu has a distinct visual style at the beginning. which works in its favor. While the writing and predictable twist in the final act leaves a lot to be desired. Nani is never less than attractive. It is led by a restricted Anna Diop performance. And the sharp commentary on migrant issues, trauma, and African folklore help a lot. While Ayesha is well written and played in this. Other characters are found desired in this. I thought Michelle Monaghan’s character just had a burnout to contribute to the story. There is much more to being a rich mom. It turns out that conspiracies are a lot simpler than you might think. The truth about Ayesha’s son is something like this. Which anyone can guess in the middle of the film. This is not surprising at all. Nor does the “mummy what” aspect takes on a more complete shape. Definitely not a horror movie. But an innovative and imaginative insight into the psychology of a mother who loses touch with her young son. Which he would have left behind to make a new life in America. While preparing to join him when the time is right. Flixtor TV is a free online Tv Series service where you can watch the latest shows in 4k HD quality.