Nollywood actress, Omoni Oboli has urged Ghanaian movie fans to make an effort to see her directorial debut film, Being Mrs. Elliot.
The new film was premiered last Friday at the Silverbird Cinemas in Accra, Ghana at a ceremony which attracted some of the crème de la crème of Ghana’s movie.
Among them were Adjetey Anang, Juliet Ibrahim, Lydia Forson, Chichi Neblett, Zynnell Lydia Zuh, Helen Asante and others.
Omoni has said the film is not just hilarious and interesting, but also educating. It will remain in the cinemas in Accra and Weija for weeks; hence movie enthusiasts should make it a point to see it for themselves.
“It has some good messages in there and everyone should try and watch it for themselves. It is a beautiful film. We premiered in Nigeria and other countries and we had good reviews. After today’s premiere, it will be in the cinemas for weeks so you can’t afford to miss it. Try and watch it for yourselves,” she told journalists.
The film features Ghanaian actor, Majid Michel alongside popular Nigerian comedians AY, Lepacious Bose, Bishop Seun Akindele and actors like Uru Eke, Sylvya Oluchy, Chika Chukwu among others.
It was earlier premiered in Nigeria, France and some few other countries before Ghana. It is anticipated to further premiere in some other countries on the continent before finally releasing it.
Being Mrs. Elliot revolves around two women who in a simple twist of fate; find their worlds colliding with each other. Their lives are turned upside down as they meet two men, who are on a different path in life until unusual circumstances bring the women into their lives.
In a maze of deception, lust, pain, jealousy and intrigues their lives are rearranged in ways that they did not foresee as they try to make sense of finding love in unusual places.
See the trailer and photos from the premiere:
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