Mikisha (Sophia Thomas) thought that love was all she needed. Troy (Andrew Thornhill) was young and ready for life. In her pursuit of love and her desire to have a good time, she made some bad turns in life, and is now faced with a momentous choice which could either take her off course or put her life back on track. Will she disappoint her mother, Darlene, who is a faithful parishioner, and whose devotion to her daughter hinged on pleasing others. Will she take the advice of her best friend Tanya, whose life had seen its shares of turmoil? Or, will she follow her conscience?

In HUSH, you will be gripped by an all too real story, one which will keep you riveted to your seat as a scene after scene brings to life the drama of young love. You will be challenged to extract for yourself a meesage which will compel you to pick a side...no sitting on the fence.


A riveting drama which takes a peek into a family ravaged by an undercurrent of drugs, violence, and abuse. Life for 15 year old Mikisha (Sophia Thomas) has been tough over the last year after she becomes pregnant for her boyfriend Troy (Andrew Thornhill). She has no job and is still desirous of finishing school. Her mother, Darlene a single mom is suffering financially. Will she turn to her boyfriend for help even though his life continues on a downward spiral into drugs?

It is in these tough times when Mikisha needs help that she meets her very wealthy dad, Morris (Mark Daniel) and her sister Claire, (Lesley Cumberbatch). Could this reunion between Mikisha and her dad be the answer to all her financial needs or is thia her worst nightmare? Will finding another side of her family give her all the love she has been searching for?


Set on the beautiful paradise island of Barbados, these two innocent, young girls, Mikisha and Claire have experienced everything in life but paradise. Raped and physically abused by their drug dealing father Morris, Mikisha, who is pregnant at the age 15 and Claire motherless and brokenhearted since age of 10, are both at the brink of emotional disaster. It's no wonder that horrible nightmares of abuse and past failures seek to hide true love and happiness from Mikisha and her son, Joshua.

Is her old boyfriend's (Troy) commitment to her and her son enough to woo her back or will her new love Brent be able to ger her off her confused path and back on the straight and narrow? Will she be able to help her younger sister Claire whose twisted lifestyle suffocates and seeks to drain every ounce of life from her? Is there happiness in paradise for these two innocent souls?

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