New Movie: Reggie Rockstone Ac ts In ‘White Is Blac k’
After playing a role as a DJ in Mensa and Wanlov's 'Coz Ov Moni', the celebrated Godfather of the music genre 'hip life', Reggie Rockstone has featured in a new movie, where he played Nathan, a Rastafarian.
Reggie Rockstone was at the receiving end of a wrong number dialed by Amanda (Georgina Ahiable), a middle aged broken hearted attorney who was actually calling her uncle, Tawiah. Amanda, still discovering who really she is, falls in love with Reggie on the telephone. When she eventually meets Reggie Rockstone, she was disappointed because the man she has fallen for is a Rastafarian.
To Amanda she will rather reconcile with her flirting fiancé than date a Rastafarian. This decision ends her deeper wounds. Broken heart and dejected, Amanda can't help but witness her career diminish.
Amanda took a bold step and left the hassle life in the city to the countryside to find peace with her heart, mind and soul and also find Nathan. In her attempt to find Nathan and peace for herself, Amanda instinctively ushers herself into the realm of the Rastafarian and Pan- Africanists. She subsequently changed her notions and misconceptions of the Rastafarian.
The table turns, a more enlightened Amanda now desperate in love with Nathan now has an onerous task of winning his love. But will the conscious gentleman give in …
According to the director of the movie, 'White Is Black' Is a movie dedicated toward erasing the age long delusion mankind has over one of the world sect and religions, the Rastafarian. It at the same seeks to educate the viewing public on some of the myths and history surrounding the black and African.
Aside grand papa, the movie features entirely new faces such as Georgina Ahiable, Benjamin Nana Addo, Jamaican Born Kofi El Shabaz and Ihmakus, Ekow Morrison, Abena Danso and Harriet Nortey. Acting was average.
PRMD Consult, Flipside Studio and Jet black concept, the companies responsible for the movie will premiere it at the Promising Star Hotel in Kumasi on the 17th July 2010 and also at the National Theatre on 7th August, 2010.
This movie is recommended for Rastafarians and people who believe in black emancipation.
Story by Ebenezer Anangfio Jnr./GhanaCelebrities.com/Ghana