Check out some stills from the upcoming movie, ?Nana Means King? starring Prince David Osei. He plays the role of a betrayed Ghanian working illegally in the UK, who finds himself on a quest not only to survive but to re-envision a life beyond his own shattered dreams.
After losing everything to betrayal, Nana Kwame, a Ghanian illegal immigrant working in the UK, finds himself launched on a personal odyssey of self-discovery. Stripped of nearly all material possession, a place to live, and even his dreams of glory, Kwame must now find his way through the unfamiliar terrain of the displaced and invisible. It is in this hour of darkness that his life takes an unexpected turn. When he is most vulnerable, Kwame finds beauty and love growing in the concrete wasteland. Though the mirror that is Shauna, he quickly realises that the past can be a prison we create for our own minds. It is only by helping to free Shauna from her prison that Kwame is eventually freed from his own. Having completed principal photography in early December 2013, post-production is underway with an African premiere planned for Easter 2014.
Director: Nana Obiri Yeboah
Writers: Lucy DeLaat and Jeff Wood
Starring: Prince David Oseia and Roxana Zachos
Cinematographer: Nicholas K. Lory