Watch Ama K. Abebrese, Jimmy Jean-Louis in trailer

A disillusioned reporter and a young, reformed pastor attempt to save the life of a child accused of witchcraft in new movie 'The Cursed One.'

Zissou Pictures is getting set to release its movie 'The Cursed One' which focuses on vulnerable children in Africa, who are often  accused of witchcraft in their communities.

Directed by Nana Obiri Yeboah, which was shot in the Eastern Region of Ghana, stars Oris Erhuero, Ama K. Abebrese, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Joseph Otsiman, Ophelia Dzidzornu, Rama Brew, David Dontoh, Fred Amugi among others.

About film.

'The Cursed One' tells the story of two men who have the courage to fight back against corruption and false prophets.

A disillusioned reporter and a young, reformed pastor attempt to save the life of a child accused of witchcraft by bravely fighting back against corruption and false prophets.

After a series of tragic events, a small, West-African village turns to their preacher, Pastor Uchebo, for help. Uchebo blames the events on the presence of a witch in the village.

Meanwhile, a middle-aged reporter called Godwin arrives to write a puff piece on a local festival. It is not long before Godwin notices that something is amiss in the village.

Watch trailer for movie below;

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