Ghanaian promising filmmaker Sampson Kofi Annin Agyekum, well known as Skbeatz Records is out with a short educative film titled 'One Night Regrets' on YouTube.
'One-night' surprise visit turns to a nightmare for a young ambitious man after he makes a silly decision on his Lady, which he REGRETS later.
The young man receives a surprise visit from the lady he admires so much and would want to marry.
His inability to control his sexual urge ruins his life in the end.
Lady decides they both maintain godly relationships void of intimacy because she believes in chastity in a relationship.
Well, the young man not being able to exercise self-control, drugs the beautiful lady to sleep with the intentions of having his way with her without reasoning the possible consequences that may follow.
After having his way with her, something dreadful happens next.
What he witnesses 'One Night' therefore turns to something he later 'Regrets'.
The short drama stars fast-rising actors Sampson Kofi Agyekum and Barbara Osei Agyemang as main and only casts.
Other members part of the production includes Nana Kwaku Agyekum (Kbeatz Pianos) and Samuel Nimoh (SamzFirth).
Written and produced by filmmaker Skbeatz Records, the "One Night Regrets" storyline was generated from one of the true-life stories shared by his father, Apostle Paul Kofi Agyekum.
Apostle Paul Kofi Agyekum is a renowned Ghanaian marriage and relationship counsellor, known for great exploits as a prolific writer and teacher of the Word of God in Ghana and the United Kingdom.
Click to watch the Movie.
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