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Ghana Entertainment News: The Slave King In Theaters This June 17 Young Ghanaian film writer Gilbert Ramy Carrey is pumped up for the premier of his long awaited movie this June 17. His movie The Slave King can be viewed at the Silverbird Cinemas at the Accra and Westhills Malls. The Slave King is a movie about Guru, a young man who becomes a slave after he is captured by a cruel and unforgiving king. The king also captures Guru’s lover and decides to make her as his slave. Guru makes a plan to free himself, his lover, and the other slaves but he is unaware that the king has intentions of marrying his woman. The king later on hires the best assassins to hunt and murder Guru.
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The movie is full of brilliant and seasoned Ghanaian actors. Fred Nii Amugi, Edinam Atatsi and Jose Tolvert just to name a few.
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The writer of this movie, Gilbert is honored as he is nominated in the Discovery of the Year category during the annual EMY Africa Award. During his interview, he said that after reading Ola Rotimi’s The God’s Are Not To Be Blamed in his English subject, he was very inspired. As a result, his masterpiece will premiere this month. This only shows that inspiration strikes without any warning. Believe it or not, this movie is a dream come true for Gilbert. He said that he was 11 when he started writing the draft of the movie. The youngest African writer and producer is a living proof that even the younger generation can make a significant contribution to the movie industry. When the reporter asked him why should the public patronize his masterpiece, he answered and said that his movie is a classic Ghanaian film and is made by the most talented and hard working cast and crew. He is very confident that the viewers will enjoy the movie. He also added that the movie is perfect for the whole family because there are lessons and morals to be learned. The Slave King is the trump card of the Ghanaian movie industry. Not only is the film action packed, it also focuses on the consequences of slavery and chaos. The movie aims to open the eyes and minds of it’s viewers in order for them to be aware of these issues. He is also hopeful that one day, all of these issues will no longer exist. Gilbert said he is very fortunate to represent his country and bring honor to the Ghanaian movie industry. Gilbert encouraged the people to support and sponsor passionate movie directors for the movie industry in Ghana to grow.