Lydia Forson arrived in the UK early this week for the premiere of ‘A Letter from Adam’ movie. The movie seeks to prove that love doesn’t always come in the form one expects it to.
The premiere, which would take place at the Odeon Greenwich Cinema, Bugsby Way SE10 0QJ, was supposed to have taken place on March 14 but was rescheduled to Friday, March 20.
Being organised by GS Vision, the premiere would take place at the Odeon Greenwich Cinema, Bugsby Way SE10 0QJ on March 20, 2015.
‘A Letter from Adam’ is one of Ghana’s biggest movies of 2014. It was selected for the 2015 edition of Pan-African Film Festival and also had three AMVCA nominations. It’s Val’s Day screening broke turn out records at West Hills.
It is a romantic drama directed by Atlanta-based Ghanaian director, Sam Kessie, and produced and written by Lydia Forson.
It is a contemporary story about love, loss and hope that will draw audience into a realistic cycle of life seen through the pain of loss, the journey of self-discovery and the courage and strength to find hope in the face of adversity.
Set in the busy yet simple city of Accra, ‘A Letter from Adam’ seeks to give its audience an often neglected truth about love that love doesn’t always come in the form one expects it to.
The movie features the likes of Lydia Forson, Wale Ojo, Naa Ashorkor Mensah-Doku, Akorfa Edjeani, Fred Kanebi and introducing Jeff Kumordzie and Louie Lartey. Tickets are still currently selling online at www.eventbrite.co.uk.
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