“An intense anticipation itself transforms possibility into reality; our desires being often but precursors of the things which we are capable of performing”, said Joseph Addison an English author and writer.
Believe it, anticipation is an important part of life. Work is important, family is important, but without excitement, you have nothing. You’re cheating yourself if you refuse to enjoy what’s coming. We are talking about a feeling of excitement, a pressure to get the best and the zeal to experience something worth a wait. We are talking about an event that has created an environment of anticipation; we are talking about ‘The only son movie premiere’ which is going to be a red-Carpet event that is going down on 22nd July 2016 at Serena Hotel-Kampala.
Laid on a hard concrete story line, the movie talks about a rich family doing all it can to secure a better future for the only son “Davis”, giving him a feel of life on the other side of the road, which is composed of Hustle, Sweat and lessons.
The difference between the Rich and the poor has created a margin in the world that has eventually led to controversies and torn up the two groups into a rather separate environment. The movie with calm force and efforts brings these aspects to life, it throws exclusively more light on the power of this margin created.
Dubbed the ‘Ugandan expendable movie’, the cast of this movie includes Bobby Tamale “The Only Son”, veteran actor Michael Wawuyo Snr, Reigning Uganda Film Festival best actor and actress Mutebi Farooq and Nisha Kalema, Raymond Rushabiro, Bbale Felix Bwanika among others.
Proceedings of the Only Son Movie Premiere will be directed to EDYAC, a Non Profitable Organization that aims at Transforming the disadvantage youth, and children living with disabilities to realize their full potential to sustain purpose driven dignified inter-reliant living.