Known for his outstanding performance in the Arts and Entertainment Industry in Africa, Kwaw Ansah has returned with the third episode of ‘The Good Old Days’ dubbed ‘Suffering to Lose’.
Tradition, they say, must be upheld at all costs but not when it is unfair or unjust and that is the message the third episode of ‘The Good Old Days – Suffering to Lose’ sends across.
This film is an intriguing and compelling story of love, family and relationship which portrays the hallmark of a good African woman who suffers through thick and thin for her family’s financial success.
From the dawn of time, life has been sustained by the marriage of man and woman. And whether the marriage becomes a success or failure depends on the determination of the two to endure the challenges of life.
But how do we often remember the woman in the success story? Or is the woman, indeed, her own enemy? ‘The Good Old Days – Suffering to Lose’ which takes us through the journey of life, success and reward is set in the 1950s and 1960s. It ends with a mixture of love and tragic events that are sure to capture the imagination of the viewing public and cause people to re- examine their interpersonal relations, which tend to pose a great challenge to society.
‘The Good Old Days - Suffering to Lose’ is a Kwaw Ansah Film which features pioneers of the Ghana film industry. Such industry giants as Akofa Ajeani Asiedu, Ekow Bingo Baiden, Albert Jackson Davis, Ekow Smith Asante, Akosua Agyapong, Portia Asare Boateng, Agnes Dapaah and Emmary Brown who were at their dizzy heights make the cast of this piece a must-watch film.
Kwaw Ansah has a prestigious record of producing the finest of films and features, many of which have already won coveted awards for Ghana and Africa. The earth-shattering ‘Love Brewed In The African Pot’ and Heritage Africa have been distributed in virtually all African countries where they broke Box Office records. Under Ansah’s sleeves are such other crackers as ‘The Love of AA’ and ‘Papa Lasisi Old Bicycle all from the ‘Good Old Days’.
The film premiers at the National Theatre on the 7th and 8th January, 5:00pm and 8:30pm each night. Tickets are available at TV Africa, Koala, Max-mart and Batsonaa Total Filling Station.
Rate – Ghc20.00 Regular, and GHc35.00 Special tickets which give two VCD’s on entry. This event is sponsored by, MTN, Obaapapa, Kasapreko Alomo Bitters and supported by Indomie, Special Ice Mineral Water, DDP, Ultra Films and Ink it. You’ve never been touched and inspired by a film. You have to see this epic film from Kwaw Ansah!
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