Stop using insults and atopa scenes in movies – Agya Koo tells GH movie directors

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Veteran Ghanaian actor, Alex Kofi Adu, otherwise known as Agya Koo has raised his voice against the prevalent trend of insults and explicit content, particularly sex scenes, in Ghanaian movies.

The acclaimed actor, known for his comedic prowess and cultural impact, has expressed his concern over the direction in which the local film industry is heading.

The screen legend, while expressing his concerns in an interview with Kwame Dadzie on Joy FM’s Showbiz A-Z, criticised the portrayal of graphic sex in films, citing its detrimental impact on societal morals, particularly among young viewers.

He believes that excessive use of insults and inappropriate scenes not only diminishes the quality of storytelling but also sends the wrong message to viewers, especially the younger audience.

According to the Kumawood actor, children often watch these movies and could easily adopt negative behaviours such as the use of insults, as well as being influenced by explicit scenes.

Agya Koo further pointed out examples from other film industries, like Bollywood, where romantic interactions are implied rather than explicitly depicted.

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