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Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Van Vicker, Chet Anekwe Star In ‘When One Door Closes’

White Stone Pictures and Sky + Orange Productions in collaboration with Divine Entertainment International is proud to present ‘When One Door Closes’, a dramatic, new film starring internationally known actors, Van Vicker, Chet Anekwe, Robert Peters and Hollywood actor Carl Payne (Martin, The Cosby Show, The Game, etc.).  The film was produced by Robert Peters ,Van Vicker and Dr. Clarice Ford-Kulah. Continue...

“When One Door Closes” tells the remarkable tale of struggle, love and triumph.  Tunde, a prominent Nigerian doctor leaves his practice and emigrates to the United States in search of the American dream, only to realize that the grass is not always greener on the other side.  He meets a friend (Carl Payne) who encourages him to marry Rose (Sara Spicer), an white American lady in an attempt to get a green card so that he can legalize his stay in the US.  The tale turns sour when Rose falls head over heels in love with him and complicates things.  Meanwhile, Alechi a beautiful African lady is also struggling in the U.S. Her husband Emeka (Chet Anekwe) suffers from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, which causes him to hallucinate, become aggressive and act irrational. They are both fighting a massive battle and life seems very dark. Find out what happens when these two families come together in an explosive drama that compels us to look within, to face the demons that try to attack us daily.

The movie stars Van Vicker, Carl Payne, Robert Peters, Chet Anekwe and Clarice Ford-Kulah to name a few. It was directed by Robert Peters and produced by Van Vicker, Dr. Clarice Ford-Kulah and Robert Peters.   The movie was shot entirely in Atlanta, USA and draws on the acting talent of people from different cultures such as Nigerians, Ghanaians, Liberians, Jamaicans,  African-Americans, Caucasians, and a host of others.
The movie is set for release in cinemas nationwide and across select states in the United States. Don’t miss it!

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