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After years of successful spells as an accomplished actress, highly controversial but talented Ghanian actress, Yvonne Nelson, is trying out her luck as a film-maker.
Her first effort which has been translated in a wave-making flick ‘Single and Married’ is hitting the cinemas in Ghana and Nigeria before the end of the month.
The Ghana première is set for September 22nd at the Accra Silverbird Cinema while the Lagos one comes up on September 28th at same Silverbird Cinema in Lagos.
From the trailer and the power-packed cast it appears Yvonne has done right by her self even though this will be her first experience as a producer. The storyline explains happenings in marriage, with greater focus on how most men eternally crave to love and be loved.
The movie told the suspense-filled story of Jay, played by 2011 Pan African best Actor Chris Attoh, a top league real estate contractor; Kim (Yvonne Nelson) ex-model and fashionista and a contemporary housewife; Raymond (Kweku Elliot) an accomplished sculptor; Paula (Nadia Buari) a stuck-up lawyer; Ranesh (Kofi Adjorlolo), a 69-year-old multimillionaire and Vida (Tana Adelana), a woman just in it for the money.
The lives of these six characters were inter-woven in a comic but thrilling plot of love, lust and lies. The very essence of their personalities was tested and at the end of it all, marriage became just a game everyone played.
It also starred Eddie Watson, Anita Erskine, Efya, Tiffany and it was directed by Pascal Amanfo. Anita Erskine played the role of narrator and did a marvellous job at