Mrs Right Guy film hopes to break bank at SA box office

All eyes are on new local film, Mrs Right Guy, and producers have high hopes it will follow the success of 'Happiness is a four letter word'.

The movie, which premiered last week, was screened at the 69th Cannes Film Festival in France.

702's John Robbie spoke to producer of the film, Dumi Gumbi, on what South Africans can expect from the newest romantic comedy to hit the big screen.

Listen to the interview below:

Happiness did really well, we hope that Mrs Right Guy will follow in those footsteps.

Dumi Gumbi, independent film producer

If we continue to make money, it helps us producers to invest money back into the films we want to produce.

Dumi Gumbi, independent film producer

People are starting to see that South Africa has a lot more to offer that just crime and gangster films or issue-driven films.

Dumi Gumbi, independent film producer
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