…as Muda Filmz premieres “Crazy
This will be second from the production’s stables, after its first movie, ‘Kiss Me If You Can,’ created a lot of controversy with its explicit sex scenes, early this year.
With this new movie ‘Crazy,’ critics will be assessing if Muda Filmz had indeed come to come to stay in Ghana’s refurbished movie industry.
The organisers anticipate the premier will attract a number of movie stakeholders, including the crème de la crème of the movie industry in Ghana.
According to the production house, technically, the movie was in a standard of its own, as young Director/Writer Kobi Rana’s originality came to bear with his blending of creative ideas, and artistic interpretation of the script and handling of characters, no doubt, makes him a rising genius.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Muda Filmz, Sally Mahmuda, noted that the movie would make a bigger success than ‘Kiss Me If You Can,’ because the storyline was more interesting.”
Explaining that “Crazy” tells the story of Aba (Yvonne Nelson), who engages in high-time prostitution under the management of Mama Cash played by Kalsoum Sinare.
A strange man, Michael (Prince David Osei), who happens to be an angel, appears and disappears unceremoniously to Aba, and her curiosity draws her closer to him.
Her life then begins to take a new turn, when she eventually becomes addicted to Michael, but something goes wrong.
The intrigue begins, as the ALMIGHTY ONE (God), played by veteran actor Kofi Middleton Mends, is not ready to lose his angel to the world.
“What God has put together, let no man put asunder,” then becomes a palpable description for the rest of the fairy-tale, which movie enthusiasts will be seeing for themselves.
Also starring in ‘Crazy’ are the talented likes of Roselyn Ngissah, Kobi Rana, Marcus McCarthy, introducing Salma Mumin and Nana Yaa Kuma.