Armeen Acy Shines in new film BOTCH

Armeen Acy (formerly Shaliek) shines in new film Botch written, directed and produced by Veteran Detroit filmmaker Al Nuke

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, USA, January 3, 2024 / — Gripping Thriller BOTCH Unveils Dark World of Illegal Surgeries

Today, Armeen Acy, a gifted actor, unveils BOTCH, a riveting and suspenseful thriller that delves into the sinister realm of illegal and deadly botched surgeries. This thought-provoking film shines a spotlight on the consequences of unethical medical practices and the harrowing impact on unsuspecting victims.

BOTCH follows the twisted narrative of underground surgeons who operate outside the bounds of legality, leading to catastrophic and life-altering outcomes for their patients. As suspense builds, the film explores the ethical dilemmas faced by those entangled in this dark web of clandestine medical procedures.

Al Nuke, the director and creative force behind BOTCH, expresses a deep commitment to raising awareness about the dangers of illicit surgeries and the importance of ethical medical practices. The film aims to provoke conversation and shed light on the hidden dangers that lurk within the shadows of the healthcare industry.

With a stellar cast and a gripping storyline, BOTCH promises to keep audiences on the edge of their seats while exposing the horrifying reality of illegal surgeries. The film not only entertains but also serves as a cautionary tale, urging viewers to consider the consequences of unchecked medical practices.

BOTCH is set to captivate audiences with its suspenseful narrative, stellar performances, and a powerful message about the importance of upholding ethical standards in healthcare. As the film prepares for a late January Premiere, Armeen Acy invites viewers to embark on a thrilling journey that will challenge their perceptions and leave a lasting impact.

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Larry Lankershim
Acy Entertainment

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Acy Entertainment
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