“Election is here again – multiple political parties, different manifestos and aggressive campaigns. Will there or will there not be violence? That is the question. Violent political crises can lead to the loss of lives of many people. Nobody knew there was going to be war in the countries that experienced it. It always starts small. Just a speech by one person can trigger chaos in the whole country. I wish the politicians know what I’m thinking. Maybe some of them don’t know that words are like lighting matches in a box; just a piece launched can cause dangerous explosions. No. there must not be any violence.”
From the tables of Chrisland Entertainment comes another movie “THE MESSAGE”.
“THE MESSAGE” is a political movie that follows the lives of two young men Elvis and Jeff of which Jeff works tirelessly to prevent violence in the country during election year by forming an organization known as “Concern youth for Peace.” Elvis who also works tirelessly to get back at the politicians for the difficulty he had to go through thereby forming a rebel team to fight against the politicians.
The movie stars Apraku Boadi Evans, Ellis Evonlah, Paa Kwesi Alor, Sabina Asante, Togo Borga, Kofi Laing( Kohwe), Nana Yaa (Joana Aidoo), Esther Afull and many more .
Its was DIrector by Elis Evonlah, Assisted by Apraku Boadi Evans and produced by Titus Egyirikum .
It would be screened on September 17th 2016 at the Takoradi Technical University’ Auditorium 6:00 pm sharp.
Watch trailer below;
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