Actress Kafui Danku has disclosed to Peacefmline.com that her new movie “I Do” touches on very sensitive issues affecting intimate relationships in several homes.
She disclosed that the issue of trust is very important during courtship and marriage and the level of trust affects every relationship and this is what her new movie addresses.
‘I Do’ is a romantic comedy which tells an intriguing story of love and all the complexities that come with it. Four couples have less than 24 hours to make or break up what they just started. Who will pass the test of time? The more we try to understand, the more unpredictable it becomes. A honeymoon that tastes more complicated than honey. Are they ready for an intriguing marriage or a perfect wedding only? ‘I Do’ is a smart romantic comedy you need to see before and after you say I DO.
Watch the trailer below:
‘I Do’ stars the multiple award-winning actresses Kafui Danku herself, Van Vicker, Nana Ama McBrown, Roselyn Ngissah, Mawuli Gavor, Elikem Kumordzi, Jose Tolbert, and Jasmine Baroudi. The movie which was directed by Kobi Rana premieres at the Silverbird Cinemas (Accra Mall and weija) on Independence Day March 6.
This is the fourth movie produced by Kafui Danku; with the first two, ‘Letters to My Mother’ and ‘Devil in a Dress’ winning several pan-Africanawards. The third movie, ‘Happy Deathday’, released late 2014 was also well received.
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