By: Nat Nyuan-Bayjay April 1st Edition of Entertainment Blog-SportsDay Newspaper, Monrovia, Liberia

From the brainy skull of the nation’s premier and veteran movie-producer and director comes once again, another masterpiece Liberian movie called

GUIDED DESTINY.  Yes, the ‘Godfather’ of Liberian movie Slyvanus M. Turay I will release on the silver screen yet another movie that is bound to

get movie lovers spellbound as GUIDED DESTINY, a sensational

Liberian movie, is launched at the Golden Beach in Sinkor Sunday the 5th

of April and subsequently screened at the Rivoli Cinema on Broad Street Tuesday, the 7th of April.

BACKGROUND OF THE MOVIE: From the producer and director of the ever-popular Liberian movie COMPLEX DECISION, GUIDED DESTINY

is a two-fold movie: exposure of societal ills while at the same time exhibiting determination that leads to one’s realization of achieving destiny. It preaches against rape and prostitution in which a truck-pusher (or ‘push-push driver’)’s one-day old baby is kidnapped by a philanthropist’s wife. As far as they are concerned, no one knows about this devilish act. On the other hand, the mother happens to be a mad woman whose madness derived out of a shock. Six years have elapsed and the baby has grown. Then, ban!! The entire secret is unearthed by another truck pusher. He is bribed heavily with a huge sum of money that can change his life around. But one wonders what he will do as he has promised to guide this child’s destiny. After all, that is why he has been monitoring the kidnappers for six years, though he lost sight of them at some point in time but recovers them later. A truck pusher, as we all know, is someone who is poverty stricken and could do anything to take full advantage of such an opportunity that just might not come his way again. By the way, who wouldn’t want to utilize such an opportunity, especially in this day and age of economic hardship? Meanwhile, the mad woman recovers. But what led to her recovery and what are the chances of her getting her child back as the father who lives in a village is enlightened on the matter. These are some of the reasons that make this movie a must- watch.

M. Alie Pusah II, Slyvanus Turay, II (the son of the ‘Godfather’), Gballie Wisseh and the ‘Godfather’ himself Slyvanus M. Turay I are the lead actors and actress that make GUIDED DESTINY really intriguing, exciting but yet sorrowful. So, why not be at the Golden Beach and the Rivoli for the launching and screening respectively for one of the best in Liberian movies.



~ by entertainmentlib on April 2, 2009.


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