Monday, May 9, 2011

Ties That Bind (Upcoming Leila Djansi Movie)



Kimberly Elise





John Dumelo and Ama K Abebrese


Omotola and Ama K Abebrese


Leila and Film crew


Ama K Abebrese


Leila Djansi, the ghanaian producer who brought you "I Sing of a Well" and "Sinking Sand", has this upcoming movie called "The Ties that Bind" starring one of my favourite Hollywood Actress Kimberly Elise , Ghana's rising actress Ama K Abebrese (who was also in Leila Sinking Sand) and our very own Nollywood veteran actress Omotola. Story line Buki and Theresa are three women from different walks of life bound together by a similar pain; the loss of a child. In a destined meeting in a small village in Kroboland, the women journey together to redemption, love, life and forgiveness as they renovate a dilapidated clinic for the villagers


Watch this space for updates including trailer and what not.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

miss tilii check out the new and final trailer of somewhere in africa, it is amazing.

Miss T-i-l-i-i (African Movie Reviews) said...

Oh thanks sweetie, but i posted that way back when, in mid april - search tags
http://myafricanmoviereviews.blogspot.com/2011/04/somewhere-in-africa-new-ghanaian-movie.html

I try and stay ahead of the game the best i can

Anonymous said...

you mean the ghanaian version of sarafina? its a nice trailer but nice trailers don't make nice movies. its frank raja and we know he disappoints. copying sarafina story is just wrong!

Ringo said...

@Anonymous

LOL @ Ghanaian version of Sarafina!!!

Anonymous said...

ha hahahahhaahhahah am already shaking...auuuu Kimberly....i am so excited....time to keep my money for now and wait for good movies.....AUUUUUUUHHHHHH!!!!

waale said...

I don't know if any of you read the plot summary but Ties That Bind is nothing like Sarafina. They are completely different! Sarafina is about apartheid in South Africa while Ties That Bind is about the bond between 3 African women! Completely different, and original jut to make that clear-- I mean it is obvious....

Miss T-i-l-i-i (African Movie Reviewer) said...

young man the conversation me and the other commenter had is not about ties that bind, its about "somewhere in africa" - REad between the lines.

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