GHANA’S DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES RETURN AFTER 10 YEARS!
The Perfect Picture is perhaps Ghana’s most popular romantic comedy. Released in 2009, the movie centred around three women in their 30s going through a mid-life crisis and breaking points that would change their lives forever.
Upon the release by Film Director Shirley Frimpong-Manso, it became a huge box office success in Ghana and abroad.
Sparrow Pictures is now taking a huge risk that blew up on the faces of movies like Bridget Jones: a sequel. The company has high hopes as the first movie had cliffhangers that could be expanded into the sequel.
Also, bringing back old memories will intrigue many people.
It was 2010 when the movie received an Africa Movie Academy Award; however, it was rumoured that there was a disagreement between the three ladies as to who would keep the award.
The announcement of the upcoming sequel was a clear indication that things went back to normal between the stars of The Perfect Picture.
Africans, especially Ghanaians, Nigerians and those in the Diaspora are very excited about The Return Of The Perfect Picture’.
African Celebs spoke to some people who confirmed that this upcoming movie is on their must watch movie this Christmas!
Our protagonists have aged 10 more years, became more self-aware and contained, but life will still be throwing drama in their directions.
Jackie Appiah, Lydia Forson, and Naa Ashorkor Mensah-Doku will be reprising their roles as Aseye, Dede, and Akasi respectively.
Other returning actors are Adjetey Anang (Fella), Chris Attoh (Larry), Joselyn Dumas (Flora), John Dumelo (Taylor), and Kwaku Sintim-Misa (Dr Biney).
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The sequel’s cast includes fresh names from Ghana and Nollywood such as Richard Mofe-Damijo
Gideon Okeke, Beverly Naya, Raphael Boakye, Gloria Sarfo, and Anita Erskine.
The movie is currently being shot and directed by Shirley Frimpong-Manso and Ken Attoh, who also co-wrote the story.
She is the Founder and CEO of Sparrow Productions.
After graduating from the National Film and Television Institute, she started the company with Ken Attoh.
Her movies focused on portraying Ghanaian women from a different perspective through progressive stories with strong female leads.
Thanks to the success of her movies, she received the award for the Best Director at the 6th Africa Movie Academy Awards.
Shirley Frimpong-Manso has taken Ghanaian movies on a different positive level. Some of her movies include: Potomanto, Love or something,
Rebecca, Life and Living It, Scorned,A Sting in a Tale, 6 Hours To Christmas,Devil in the Detail, Checkmate,Adams Apples, Potato Potahto,
Picture perfect was not the first collaboration of Manso with the lead actresses. Lydia Forson appeared in many other Sparrow Productions movies like Scorned, Different Shades of Blue (2007) and A Sting In A Tale.
The movie is expected to be premiered on December 1. The premiere will take place at Labadi Beach Hotel.
The official release date is December 14 for Ghana and December 20 for Nigeria. It will also be distributed overseas for international film festivals.
One thing is for sure Shirley Frimpong-Manso never disappoints! We can’t wait!