Latest movie in town, Ã¢â‚¬ËœSena: The Lost BeadÃ¢â‚¬â„¢, will premiere this Saturday at the National Theater in Accra with a red carpet event which is expected to attract innumerable movie enthusiasts and stars.Ã‚Â
This would be mixed with lots of excitement as fans are promised pulsating performances from King Ayisoba and Kofi, as well some cultural groups from the Volta Region. Ahead of the big event was a press review on Thursday, April 16 at the TV3 Executive Theatre in Accra for a section of the Ghanaian press.Ã‚Â
The Lost BeadÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ is produced by Dream Alive Productions, a new production company, and executive produced by Ruby Abodem Ayoni and Hans Jeurgran Bothe, a German. It was directed by one Romeo Augustine.
Some of the actors and actresses in this movie are Nana Ama MacBrown, Vivian Achor, Solomon Sampa, Gavivina Tamakloe, and William Addo among other popular faces, and introducing a number of young ones including contestants who took part in the Ghana Movie Star Reality Show on TV3.
Among them are Shati Apevieku, Ruby Abodem Ayoni and Ludwig Agbezuhlor.
The movie centers its plot on Trokosi, a common practice in the Volta Region of Ghana, where young virgin girls are forced into ritual servitude at shrines to pay for alleged crimes of family members or ancestors.
It basically explores a story of Sena, a young beautiful queen (played by Shati) who had to endure all manner of maltreatments at the Trokosi shrine to get what belonged to her.
By Francis Addo