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25 March 2012 | Movie News


Nana Quesy -

Movie enthusiasts who congregated last night at the Executive Theater( located within the premises of TV3) in Accra to watch the latest film "DIFFERENT CLASS" may have indeed been lucky. This is not because they were among the first members of the public to see the film. Rather,they had the opportunity to 'decode',why actor Frank Arthus has been in the spotlight lately.

Indeed, the light-skinned actor-who normally plays 'bad boy' role in movies-has not only upped his game in recent times,but has sensationally shown the potential to turn even worse storyline for the better.

And watching him deliver in 'Different Class' bears no exception. The film, produced by Best Concept Entertainment, is already receiving rave review as a "suspense-filled", quality picture from some pundits, with Frank Arthus as the major character.

The other cast includes; Viola Agyemang as lead actress, Charlse Cuammy, Albert Dzaa, Judith Asante, Josephine Koloubah, Harriet Nartey and Edmund Quarshie.

A young graduate, RJ (played by Fran Arthus), finishes university and finds it difficult getting a job. In the process, he gets entangled in the love web of three ladies-the rich, the unfaithful and the kind-hearted.

As his search for job yields no results, the rich lady (Viola Agyemang) uses her wealth to entice RJ to her fold, hoping to win her love in the long run.

But things are not as easy as it seems, because RJ has long pledged his love for Tessy (Judith Asante) who stood by him in rough times.

So. will money and class influence RJ in making a firm decision about the three ladies? "DIFFERENT CL;ASS" continues showing today (March 24) and tomorrow at Executive Theater at 7:30pm.

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quot-img-1Life on earth here is too short and full of anxieties so do not let anyboby pour negative elements into it.

By: Joe Sala--Essen quot-img-1