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Shirley Frimpong Manso, writer/director of the 10-chapter movie series, ĎAdamís Applesí, has expressed excitement at the prospect of going to shoot part of the series in London.

Courtesy Virgin Atlantic, she will be flying selected members of the crew and cast of the movie to London in June to record scenes for chapter nine of the series.She comments, ďThis will be my first time shooting for a feature in London. We will first of all do a sequence on a Virgin Atlantic plane, before shooting the remaining scenes in the London metropolis, at some of the burgeoning Ghanaian joints in the city, and I am very excited about the whole thing.Ē

Mrs Adams (Anima Misa) and her daughters, Jennifer (Joselyn Dumas), Baaba (Yvonne Okoro) and Kukua (Naa Ashorkor) as well as Denu MaCarby (John Dumelo) and Albert Amankwah (Adjetey Anang) will all be on the trip, as well as some of the key crew.

ďAll the logistics are in place, accommodation and locations, and we believe that this will complete the essence of the movie series which we believe reflects the life and times of a fast growing middle class in Ghana today,Ē affirms Shirley.

The series follows the lives of four suburban Ghanaian women. The first chapter was launched with a grand premiere on April 21 at the National Theatre in Accra. Subsequent chapters will be released consecutively at monthly intervals. They will all be exhibited throughout the month at the Silverbird cinema over a 12-month period.

While in London, the cast and crew will attend the UK premiere of the movie at the Odeon Cinema in Greenwich on Sunday, June 17.

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