Ghanaians gear up for ‘LETTERS TO MY MOTHER’ on 6th March
ABC Pictures under the auspices of fast rising Ghanaian actress, Kafui Danku will on the 6th of March, 2013, being Ghana’s Independent Day bring down the roofs of the Silverbird Cinema agog as she premiers her maiden movie – LETTERS TO MY MOTHER, at 6:30pm and 9:30pm.
The movie stars top-notch actors and actresses like John Dumelo, Adjetey Annang, Roselyn Ngissah, Paulina Oduro, Eddie Watson, among others.
As part of the surprise billed for the night, it will have in attendance the crème-de-la-crème from various spheres of life gracing the premier.
Written and directed by the award winning man, Pascal Amanfo, with Christabel Kye producing the movie, tells the story Mike returning home after a 5-year sojourn overseas with Angie his wife to be and mother of his unborn child, he is then greeted with hatred in his own mother’s eyes that leaves him gaping and searching for the truth. A truth he however, cannot find without bloodshed.
LETTERS TO MY MOTHER is a true life story, thus, the story gets more interesting with Mike not speaking a word with anyone for the past five years.
Reason? You probably will have to see for yourself. But it is a story about the hatred embedded in deceit and lies. It is about secrets. It is about destiny.