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I Have Dedicated My New Movie To Kwaku- Yvonne Nelson
 
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27-May-2015  
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Yvonne Nelson with the late Kwaku on set
 
 
Actress Yvonne Nelson has announced that her much anticipated new movie "If Tomorrow Never Come" will finally be premiered on Friday June 5 at the Silverbird cinemas at the both Accra Mall and the West Hills Mall.  

Speaking with UTV News, Yvonne shared her experience how a sick boy call Kwaku who played the role as her son in her latest movie and the boy's sad demise just two weeks after shooting the movie. 

According to Yvonne the movie was based on the boy’s sad true story but unfortunately the boy died few days after shooting the movie. Yvonne said she just can't understand how Kwaku died in the movie and actually died in real life. 

Even though It was not easy for her on set and even on the editing bench as she watched the helpless little boy, she said it is unfortunate but she still supports Kwaku’s mother who sell pure water at Siashie near Tetteh Quashie roundabout adding that she has also dedicated upcoming movie to the title Kwaku.

Watch the trailer below:



 



The Movie ...

If Tomorrow Never Come
The new movie tells an epic story of a young girl, Ewurabana, who was sold into slavery by her wicked uncle after her mother died leaving her and her kid brother in the village.

She went through all kinds of inhumane treatments at the hands of her handlers. There was even an attempt on her life, but she escaped to the city to hawk in the streets as her only means of survival.

A lot happened in the streets till a miracle eventually catapulted her into a powerful figure in society. She now narrates her sad story to the world.

It stars Yvonne Nelson, David Dontoh, Kweku Elliot, Khareemah Aguiar, Becca, little Kwaku and a host of other popular faces in Ghana’s showbiz industry.

The movie was wrapped up some months ago and was shot in parts of Accra and a village called Aforkpa Kope near Senchi in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

The red carpet ceremony at the premiere is expected to attract some of Ghana’s A-list celebrities with the entire cast and crew in attendance. 

Yvonne Nelson produced the movie and also acted in it. It is her first produced epic movie and there are high expectations awaiting the movie.
 
 
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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