“In my experience, the most important thing is believing and being passionate about the movie you are directing. Making the actors feel comfortable onset is key, if you want to catch great chemistry on the film,” Master P explained.
In the movie, characters Uncle Willy and Khan Joon are caught up in an opposites attract comedy after Uncle Willy gets a Persian mail order bride named Khan Joon.
When its revealed that there’s no annulment on this marriage, the two different cultures collide and there is a competition between families and their values.
Out of love, the couple takes risks for their families that could threaten their own freedom in what turns into a Bonny and Clyde romance.
“The movie business has successfully gone into comedy. After doing I Got The Hook Up, and also seeing the achievements that my homeboy Tyler Perry has made with Madea, I knew that an untapped marketplace had opened up. As a director, I wanted to focus on a character driven movie. I’ve been working with Uncle Willy for years, and when I got a chance to meet Khan Joon, all the pieces came together.”
Fans familiar with the legacy of P. Miller know that he previously released a string of movies including the highly successful, I Got the Hook Up.
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