There’s a growing list of African content on Netflix and Ghana isn’t to be left out. African content on Netflix is getting enormous traction; from Lionheart to Queen Sono, you can tell that these productions are top-notch.
We at AFROSAGES share with you 5 Ghanaian movies on Netflix you need to watch if you haven’t.
5 GHANAIAN MOVIES ON NETFLIX
KETEKE – Based on settings from the 80s, a couple expecting their first child misses a train to the city for the delivery.
Starring Ajetey Anang Lydia Forson, the movie was produced and directed by Peter Sedufia.
THE BURIAL OF KOJO – When a man’s vengeful brother traps him in an illegal mine shaft, his daughter embarks on a journey to rescue him.
The Burial Of Kojo explores the different dimensions of family conflicts.
The movie was produced by Blitz The Ambassador, Ama K. Abebrese and Terence Nance and directed by Blitz The Ambassador.
SIDE CHIC GANG – Three ladies discover that they can make tons of money by exposing cheating boyfriends and husbands.
Starring Lydia Forson, Nana Ama McBrown and Sika Osei, the movie was produced by OldFilm Productions and directed by Peter Sedufia.
AZALI – A 14-year-old girl sent away to evade an arraigned marriage, begins a harrowing sex work and poverty in the slums of the capital Accra.
The movie was produced by Sarah Dwommoh and directed by Kwabena Gyanash.
POTATO POTAHTO – A divorced couple who decided to share equal space in their house and continue living together soon realize that this ingenious idea is easier said than done.
The couple were played by O. C Ukeje and Jocelyn Dumas.
The movie was directed by Shirley Frimpong-Manso.
Grab that big bowl of popcorn and watch these wonderful Ghanaian Movies On Netflix.