5 Must Watch Ghanaian Movies on Netflix

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Ghanaian Movies on Netflix
5 Must Watch Ghanaian Movies on Netflix. Its already midway in the year 2020 already and also the right time to review what you are watching on Netflix as a Ghanaian or one who loves Ghanaian movies. Netflix is a movie streaming platform that has over a thousand available for stream. Ghana has had the opportunity to put some of her amazing movies on the world-known streaming platform. There is a growing list of Ghanaian movies on Netflix which are interesting and very hilarious to watch. Ghanaian movies on Netflix are drawing huge attention due to the dynamic of culture and way of life as well. My list of the 5 Must Watch Ghanaian Movies on Netflix are wonderful and interesting. These movies too have won the heart of many movie lovers from far and within the continent.   And if you are looking for the fun, educative, and controversial Ghanaian Movies on Netflix is the right place to be.

5 Must Watch Ghanaian Movies on Netflix

The Perfect Picture – Ten Years Later

This movie is a sequel to The Perfect Picture which came out in 2009. This time around the 3 friends are back and their lives haven’t lost one spark of the drama they had 10 years ago

Side Chic Gang

Side Chick Gang is a Ghanaian drama/comedy movie that tells a story about three female friends who quit their real jobs as ushers to pursue a job that pays more and better than the old jobs they set up “side chic gang”.Side chic gang only provides services to women. This makes the men very unhappy with the sudden popularity of their exposè. The job assigns them to clamp down on husbands or boyfriends who are cheating on their wives or girlfriends. The gang takes on a job from a rich man which is their biggest deal on his suspected cheating fiancee. The greatest of their opposition is the aggrieved men who benefited from the services of side chicks. It stars Nana Ama McBrown, Lydia Forson, Sika Osei, Adjetey Anang, and the late Bishop Bernard Nyarko.

Keteke

Keteke which translates to Train in the Akan dialect is a comedy written and directed by Peter Sedufia. The film is set in the 1980s when pregnant Atswei (Lydia Forson) and her husband Boi (Adjetey Anang) are trying to reach Atswei’s village so she can give birth. The only source of transportation is a weekly train that they miss, forcing them to seek alternative transportation and launching them on an impromptu adventure through rural Ghana.

Azali

Azali is about a young girl, Amina, who lives with her mother, grandmother, and uncle in a small village outside of Accra. She lives a comfortable but boring life to which her mother wishes to free her. Her grandmother wishes for Amina to marry an older man from their village. It stars Ama K. Abebrese, Adjetey Anang, Asana Alhassan, Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye, and Peter Ritchie.  It was selected as the Ghanaian entry for the Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

The Burial Of Kojo

The film tells the story of Kojo (Joseph Otsiman), who is left to die in an abandoned gold mine, as his young daughter Esi (newcomer Cynthia Dankwa) travels through a spirit land to save him. The film was produced by Blitz Bazawule, Ama Abebrese, and Kwaku Obeng Boateng.  

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