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Photos from the ‘Contract’ movie premiere + what I think of the movie!

  The movie tells the story of a successful 40 year-old businessman and sworn bachelor for life,  Peter Puplampo (Homla Dandala), who despite his mother’s persistent attempts to find him a woman, sticks to his rule of non-committal casual dates, freedom and being in control of his life, until the desire to have a child arises. In his quest to find the woman who will take his money, have his child and disappear, Peter begins a roller-coaster, contracted relationship with Abena Boateng (Yvonne Okoro), a crude but clever local girl who is anything but impressed with Peter’s affluence. With a clear definitive contract from his lawyer outlining the dos and don’ts of bearing Peter Puplampo’s child, these two opposites must exercise every ounce of willpower not to kill each other until the child is born. The romantic comedy was directed by award-winning Ghanaian Director Shirley Frimpong-Manso.   As much as I enjoyed watching the audience laugh and clap at the end of the movie, I can’t help but point out that the movie was ‘incomplete’. As the movie unfolded, we found out that the reason why Abena went into the ‘contract’ was to help take care of her cancer stricken younger sister. However apart from a casual visit to the hospital, we didn’t find out what happened to her, whether she died or even got her surgery done. At least Abena should have made Peter know of her sister, for whom she went into the contract in the first place. Yes, I love logical happy endings..haha!   Also it amazed me as to how the doctors could find out Abena’s hymen was still in touch in spite of her pregnancy but couldn’t find out from their scan the number of babies, Abena would give birth to; in fact they gave the wrong number several months deep into the pregnancy. Logic, I say..logic I say!!! Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere Contract - The premiere]]>

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Ameyaw Kissi Debrah, known professionally as Ameyaw Debrah, is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.

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  1. natecity

    December 30, 2012 at 6:51 am

    Chale!love your insight on the movie. i will have to wait until it comes to the states. so i can get my dvd copy. who’s the woman in the black dress. you know me. i will always find me a new Ghanaian honey to look at.lol.Yoooo

  2. Lady Jaye

    January 10, 2013 at 11:02 am

    Since hymens are usualy visible at the mouth of the vagina and can be detected by any physical exam, it is no probs for the docs to know that her hymen is intact.
    As for scans telling the wrong number of babes, that is a known occurrence the world over – ie, they are not common, but they aren’t so rare that a wrong scan is unheard of, if you can understand what i mean. So I don’t get what you are “logically” questioning? One doesn’t have much to do with the other.

    • Ameyaw Debrah

      January 10, 2013 at 2:11 pm

      lol im just thinking that if u are a good doctor who is equipped to tell that a pregnant woman has never had sex before, u shouldn’t miss her 4 babies in her womb…hehe.. that’s my logic

      • Lady Jaye

        January 11, 2013 at 11:44 am

        Not to be too pedantic, but again, up until quite late in the pregnancy, we ry on scans. If the scans can’t tell, the doctors can’t tell.

  3. Ekuba

    January 21, 2013 at 10:07 pm

    wow, so jasmine baroudi has also gone natural? I love her short her, it really suits her. I’m loving ths natural trend with Ghanaian celebs nowadays- bigups to Becca, Pascaline Edwards, Juliet Ibrahim, Akorfa- and now Jasmine for taking such a bold move & they look so young & pretty with the natural hair too!

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