Men In Suits Returns to the Theatre: A Tale of Crime and Redemption
Men In Suits, directed by Kevin Johns Nabukenya, is set to return to the theatre next month. This crime drama, originally released in 2021, tells the story of a group of unemployed youth who turn to fraudulent activities, including scamming university students, with devastating consequences. The film will be featured at Uganda Cinema Night on November 1st and 8th, offering the audience an opportunity to watch it on the big screen.
The movie follows Julius, who initially joins network marketing to cover his mother's medical bills but soon becomes entangled in illegal activities. It isn't until he and his fellow conmen are pursued by the police that he realizes the severity of their actions. Max, involved with sugar mummies, eventually seeks redemption and secures a modest job.
Men In Suits features a talented cast, including Yawe Andrew, Felix Bwanika, Mutebi Farooq, Mutebi Immaculate, Sarah Kisauzi, Yasin Lubowa, Diana Amonic, and others. Their performances bring depth to the characters and the story.
The film achieved acclaim at the Uganda Film Festival in 2021, earning nominations for Best Screenwriter and Best Supporting Actor. It was also featured at the Film and Culture Market Week at the National Theatre the same year. Now, it returns for theatrical screenings.
Mark your calendars for November 1st and take the opportunity to watch Men In Suits on the big screen for just 10,000 Uganda shillings, thanks to Uganda Cinema Night. Whether you're revisiting this tale or experiencing it for the first time, this movie's narrative and performances are sure to leave an impact. Kevin Johns Nabukenya's work reminds us of the power of cinema to entertain and provoke thought, making it a must-see event this November.
Watch the trailer here
By Martin Kabagambe