Peter Sedufia’s ‘Aloe Vera’ is making a comeback in cinemas following the reopening of cinemas and theatres.
The movie which was originally released on March 6, 2020 was taken out of cinemas barely two weeks after the premiere following the coronavirus pandemic.
More than a year after the doors of Silverbird Cinemas were closed, the Peter Sedufia hit movie is one of the films that is set to welcome people back into the cinema.
‘Aloe Vera’ will start showing at the Silverbird Cinemas across the country on Tuesday, June 22, 2021.
Peter Sedufia took to Instagram to share the news with fans.
About Aloe Vera
Divided by a line in one community is the families of Aloes and Veras. As sworn enemies who share a community, Aloes are taught to beware of Veras and vice versa.
No family is allowed to cross the line that divides the town and if anything of one faction makes it to the other line, it calls for a fight.
But what happens when the children of these sworn enemies fall madly in love. When an Aloe rejects the fellow Aloe ‘chosen’ for him and decides to continue the path of forbidden love.
Aloe Vera stars Naa Ashorkor, Kofi Adjorlolo, Aaron Adatsi, Nana Ama McBrown, Adjetey Anang, Priscilla Opoku Agyeman, Roslyn Ngissah, Salma Mumin, Alexandra Ayirebi- Acquah, Fred Amugi, Akofa Edjeani and many others.
The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) in early June announced government’s plans to ease restrictions in cinemas and theatres which had been closed for more than a year.
In a press release signed by the CEO, Akwasi Agyeman, the GTA stated that owners of cinemas and theatres are however required to apply for an operational permit with the GTA before they can open their premises.
“This permit will be issued after a team of inspectors have assessed the facility and satisfied themselves that measures have been put in place to ensure compliance with the Covid-19 safety protocols,” Mr Agyeman added.
The GTA later released a list of operational guidelines for cinemas and theatres who would be reopening after applying for the permit.