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Sefa-Kayi goes romantic in a new film premiere

By James Harry Obeng


IN a setting where characters are explicitly the opposite of what they are known for, and promises mere mockeries, it is only the age-long Shakespearean dictum “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned” that emerges as the hypothesis, awaiting either an outright confirmation or otherwise.


At 6:00pm this evening at National Theatre stages the grand premiere of “SCORNED”, yet another mind-boggling masterpiece of a movie from the stables of Sparrows Productions Limited, producers of the hit movie, “Life and Living it.”


Directed by youthful but talented producer, director and script-writer, Shirley Frimpong-Manso, “Scorned” represents a must-watch blend of talent, creativity, and prestige interspersed with humour perfectly acted out by the finest of movie stars in the country, including Efo Kodjo Mawugbe, Kwami Sefa Kayi, in a romantic role, Chris Attoh, Ecow Smith-Asantes, Dzifa Glikpoe, and Lydia Forson who played the lead role as Dea Thompson.


Two years of marriage to Orlando Thompson, the Reverend Minister’s son, has left Dea Thompson badly scared.


A case of self defense leaves Orlando battling for life and Dea, an opportunity for a more financially secure future. But there are many more people who will do anything to ensure that does not happen.


Abused, suppressed, exploited and ill-treated, Dea is a woman on a mission who will stop at nothing to right all wrongs done her; including getting what she thinks is rightfully hers.


It therefore turns dangerously lethal as Dea must play to win or loose everything.  But Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.






November 7, 2008 - Posted by | Reviews

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