Film: Silent Depression is here

08:13 by Kaggwa Andrew
Silent Depression is a film about the connection between depression and technology.
In that way the film addresses ways that globalization with all the fancy gadgets has contributed a big deal to the shift in midlife crisis from 40 to 25 today.
The film is written and directed by George Stanley  Nsamba, and mostly features actors from his Ghetto Films Project.
The amazing thing is that many of them in between 18-23 had no acting background while others were actual street children and women.
The silent film features a spoken word piece by the writer and music by Tsabo D Middletonson of Urban Aksent Music.
The film premieres next Tuesday at the National Theater at 6pm.


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