New Ghanaian movie, Julor, successfully premiered at the Silverbird Cinemas at the Accra Mall, on Saturday evening.
It attracted encouraging numbers of movie enthusiasts, indicating Ghanaians still have an interest for movies produced by local productions.
Among the famous personalities who attended the ceremony were Jasmine Baroudi, Eddie Nartey, Pascal Amanfo, Beverly Afaglo, Godwin Namboh, and others.
Directed by Justice Ornan Abadah, Julor features awe-inspiring performances from some of Ghana’s young acting talents.
It is an intriguing story of “what God has joined together, let no man put asunder- unless God himself.”
After four months of not so wedding bliss, Aaron and Agnes are close to throwing in the towel, until a visit from ‘Jesus’ , a thief who breaks into their house at night. A night of secrets, crime, and love gone wrong.
It stars Jeffrey Nortey, Anthony Woode, Sitsofe Tsikor, Ben Affat, Destina Tata and Maxbel Coffie Coleman.