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Top Nollywood Movie Of 2011 - 4play by ajetunde: 3:55pm On Feb 03, 2012

A Venus Film Production 2010, produced by Abdul Salam Mumuni and Directed by the all time Frank Rajah Arase.

Watch Full Movie here FREE - http://irokotv.com/videos/1794/4Play

Confessing, this is a movie with a bevy of Ghanaian talents; Majid Michel, John Dumelo, Omar Sherif Captain, Jackie Appiah, Kalsum Sinare, Juliet Ibrahim, Yvonne Okoro, mixed with young coming talents.

Imagine coming home after work to find your husband with whom you have a daughter with Being Intimate with his fellow man in your bedroom.

What will be your initial reaction; surprise or shock?

However your reaction; be it surprise or shock, the movie 4 Play is one such movie throwing into the face of Ghanaians an all time debate about the Ghanaian gay community.

Notwithstanding our nihilistic measures towards the gay community, fact is, it is here with us and who knows “till thy kingdom come”.

Ruby (Yvonne Okoro) a lady with much flare in acting was given a tip by an unknown caller that her husband Jayke (Omar Sherif Captain) is driving to the Mensvic hotel at East Legon to meet his lover. Her first impulse was to ask Jayke whether he is, “…cheating on me?”

The movie 4 Play started with a vivid description of each of the major actors and actresses. The first scene was a beach resort where the three couples and the spinster were having a nice time; Alvin (Majid Michel) and Diana (Helena Asante); Rex (John Dumelo) and Jezel (Jackie Appiah); Jayke (Omar Sherif Captain) and Ruby (Yvonne Okoro); and Nivera (Juliet Ibrahim).

The four ladies in the movie inter alia; Jezel (Jackie Appiah), Ruby (Yvonne Okoro), Diana (Helena Asante), and Nivera (Juliet Ibrahim) epitomize the “educated woman” with the inquisitive mind to skirt the world of its possibilities.

Ruby (Yvonne Okoro) thought her husband to be all-loving and “perfect” until she found him in the Mensvic Hotel with his gay partner with towels on their waist.

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