Lydia Forson’s movie “A Letter from Adam” which had a second premiere attracted a big audience, including many celebrities to support the actress.
The movie was first premiered on 19 September 2014 in the capital Accra. No movie beside “A Letter from Adam” has gone off the cinemas in Accra for several months and made a successful comeback in cinemas afterwards.
The screening of the movie was at the West Hills Mall at Weija on Valentine’s Day. Beside some top celebrities, lot of movie fans turned up at the Silverbird Cinemas for the screening of the movie.
The ceremony was attended by Deputy Minister of Tourism and Creative Arts, new CEO of Africa Movie Academy Awards AMAA, Dayo Ogunyemi, Dzifa Gomashie, actors; Nana Ama McBrown, Adjetey Anang, Beverly Afaglo, Louie Lartey and the president of the Musicians Union of Ghana MUSIGA; Obour.
The others present were musicians Eugene Baah aka Praye Honeho of Praye Fame, Okyeame Kwame, Richard Acheampong; MTN General manager and others.
The premiere was a sold out event and broke the previous records of turnout at West Hills Mall Cinema.
The screening of the movie started at 7:30 pm in one hall of cinema, but later on Lydia and the team were forced to book another hall for movie screening, which was also filled within no time.
Despite of demand for tickets, Cinema operators have to stop selling tickets because it was late.
The Lydia Forson posted an apology on social media to all the fans that were not able to get tickets. She added that it has been the biggest turn out at West Hills Mall since its opening and she could not sleep because she is trying to take it all in. She apologized to fans who were not able to watch movie and said that she did not anticipated this situation as it was too late to do another show.
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