The late John Evans Kwadwo Bosompem(Santo) and Tweneboah Kodua (Abusua PanyinJudas) combined to give Ghanaians some of the funniest movies ever. Their combination was a match made from the heavens. After conquering and dominating the concert party stages for a very long time, the pair decided to branch into movies.
At a time when Nigerian Movies were the preferred movie choice of Ghanaians, Santo aided in changing that narrative. He always starred alongside his close friend Judas. Together, they drove the appetite of Ghanaians for Nigerian Movies to Ghanaian Movies.
All of his movies were great successes but the focus of this article is on Double sense. Which is in two parts.
The movie starts with a very touching but hilarious scene. Judas felt his life was over after his wife left him. He felt the need to take his own life to end his suffering. He decided to hang himself, so he took to the forest to execute his plan.
After wrapping the rope around his neck, Santo appeared from nowhere and started picking up the clothes Judas was leaving behind. Upon sighting what was going on around him, Judas aborted the plan to get his clothes back. Through the little scuffle they were having, Santo chanced on a suicide note Judas had written.
Judas wrote in the note that "My wife trust me so I'm crucify myself. Nobody Kills ". These words became very popular at the time of its release and years after that, even though social media wasn't in existence.
The movie is mostly in Akan but it is very educative and side-splitting. It also casts one of the industry's greatest actors, Mac Jordan(Sugar Daddy).
Make time to watch it on YouTube if you haven't done that already.
You can also share some of your fond memories of this movie in the comment section.
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