Saturday, January 21 2012
In the movie, Laura is referred to as Monica who does the writing of poems for her mum who is a musician and the mum is none other than retired musician Mariam Ndagire also the brain behind the movie.
"This time around, I have touched where it hurts most. Many people see celebrities but they don't know what they go through. But we are also minding about social and economic issues in the nation. So expect something to make you smile all through," Ndagire said.
The movie will premier on January 27, 2012 at National Theatre. Mariam Ndagire retired from stage acting and active music to concentrate on film making with Dear Mum being the fifth after Strength of a Stranger, Down This Road I Walk, Where We Belong, Hearts in Pieces, and two seasons of Tendo Sisters which has taken Africa Magic fans by storm.
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