Ghanaian film ‘Terminus’, exposing the pharmaceutical industry to premiere on Jan. 7
“Terminus,” a health crime watch film by Abu Iddris, a Ghanaian crime/thriller writer, film director, and CEO of Cine-God Studios, aims to raise awareness about the hazards of pharmaceutical items, which are largely supplied to Africa and other areas of the world.
The movie focuses on a Ghanaian chemist, who in a bid to vindicate his company in a lawsuit stumbles on something even more dangerous in the process – a hidden chemical formula in painkillers and antibiotics altered for testing and profit gains by a pharmaceutical giant.
Terminus will premiere concurrently at the Silverbird Cinemas at the West Hills Mall and Accra Mall on Friday, January 7, 2022 at 5:30pm, 7:30pm and 9:30pm.
The movie has cast members such as Adjetey Annan, Helen Lois, Oscar Provencal, Beverly Afaglo, Salma Mumin, Andrew Tandoh Adote, Manaf Yussif, Joseph Otsiman, Anthony Woode, Jeffery Nortey, Joseph Otsiman, Kobina Sam, and Cecilia Anno-Banieh who star in the 90-minute criminal thriller.
Terminus was shot in Ghana by production companies, Cine-God Studios and MK Content, led by Abu Iddris and Mawuko Kuadzi respectively. It was executive produced by Rita Efuah Baatimah & Gabriel Nyanin Baatimah.