I have family and friends involved in the making of this movie, I Love the title so permit me to share the broadcast below make some noise about this movie.
special invitation to all my friends to attend the world Movie Premiere of the Movie, THE PAST CAME CALLING
Date: 17 FEBRUARY 2012 (tagged Special Valentine's Day weekend Premiere)
Venue: ODEON Cinema, Greenwich, Bugsby Way, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0QJ.
Time: 11.00pm prompt
Guests are expected to arrive from 9.00pm. Stars of the Movie and other celebrities, such as Oge Okoye, Victoria Iyama, John Dumelo and Chioma Chukwuka (who both starred in), are expected to be at the event.
Laide and Uncle Osi, when is the premiere in Naija o, abi na only people wey dey obodo Oyinbo go watch am?
Synopsis of ‘THE PAST CAME CALLING’
The storyline of the Movie is simple, yet intriguing and contains twists and turns. ‘The Past Came Calling’ , directed and produced by Ruke Amata, a seasoned Producer and Director, and co-produced by Osi Okponobi, is a movie about a young Medical Student, Susan (Marie Kumba Gomez – the winner of Class Act UK 2011) who came to the UK to study with her sister, Maggie (Chioma Chukwuka-Akpotha).
She never, in her wildest imagination, believed she could ever fall in love with a white guy, until she is introduced to Dermot (Oliver Jolliffe), a dashing young guy, by her sister’s boyfriend, Kachi (played by John Dumelo). But, as the saying goes, the heart is not so smart. They met and began, what became a sizzling romantic relationship, until events of the past came calling.
Can their romance withstand the turbulence of deep-seated anger caused by the fake dealings and scams from the past? Will their romance withstand the happenings and resultant prejudices of the past? ‘The Past Came Calling’ is a story about the power of love over racial prejudice and the hangover of the past.
Produced and directed by Ruke Amata, an ace producer and director of such programmes like the TV drama series “Bachelors”, S.O.D – Son of the Devil, The Accursed, Growing Up, Emotional Hazard, and a host of others.