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TOP 4 Ghanaian Movies on Netflix

maCJunior 06/24/2020

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Netflix is a streaming service that allows their members to watch a wide variety of award-winning TV shows, movies, documentaries, and more on thousands of internet-connected devices.

With Netflix, you can enjoy unlimited ad-free viewing of content. There's always something new to discover, and more TV shows and movies are added every month!. Due to the popularity and the high number of audience, viewers intend to always look up for the best movies, films and shows that is trending.

Today, we are going to look at the top most popular and viewed Ghanaian movies on Netflix.

1. BEASTS OF NO NATION - 2015

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Beasts of No Nation is a 2015 American-Ghanaian War drama film written and directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga. The film was shot in Ghana and stars Idris Elba who plays a role as a commandant, it is based on the novel Beast of No Nation written by Uzodinma Iweala.

The Film is about the experience of Agu (Abraham Atta), a child soldier fighting in the civil war of an African country (unnamed). The story follows Agu, who is forced to join a rebel group of Soldiers with a mindset to avenge his father and brother's death and look for his mother who took off with his two younger siblings before the attacks reached his village. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Agu's village is located within a "buffer zone" enforced by ECOMOG troops. The village is informed that the government has fallen and military-aligned rebels have seized control of the country. With rebel forces headed towards the village, many people flee to the country's capital for safety.

CASTS:

  1. Abraham Atta (Agu)
  2. Idris Elba (Commandant)
  3. Ama K. Abebrese (Mother)
  4. Kobina Amissa-Sam (Father)
  5. David Dontoh (Linquist)

The movie has seen several nominations and awards both local and international.

Its still a top pick to watch..


2. THE BURIAL OF KOJO (2018)

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. The Burial of Kojo is a 2018 drama film set in Ghana, written and directed by Blitz Bazawule.

The whole Film was shot entirely in Ghana on a very small budget, with local crew and several first-time actors, the film tells the story of Kojo (Joseph Otsiman), who is left to die in an abandoned gold mine shaft by his vengeful brother (Kwabena), as his young daughter Esi (Cynthia Dankwa) embarks on a spiritual adventure to travels through a spirit land to save him. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

CASTS:

  • Cynthia Dankwa as Esi
  • Ama K. Abebrese as Older Esi (narrator)
  • Joseph Otsiman as Kojo, Esi's father
  • Mamley Djangmah as Ama, Esi's mother
  • Kobina Amissah-Sam as Kwabena, Kojo's brother
  • Henry Adofo as Apalu
  • Joyce Anima Misa Amoah as Nana, Esi's grandmother
  • Brian Angels as Sergeant Asare


3.. AZALI (2018)

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. A 14-year-old girl named Amina from the Northern part of Ghana gets sent away to Burkina Faso by her mother to prevent her from getting married to an elderly man. Somewhere somehow, Amina's fate seen her to Accra as she was captured by kidnappers.

Thrust into Accra by this unfortunate circumstance, this 14 year old must endure a life in the slums of Accra and find a way back home.

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. CASTS :

  1. Ama K Abebrese --- as Joan
  2. Asana Alhassan ---- as Amina
  3. Adjetey Anang ------ as Akatok
  4. Akofa Asiedu ------ as Rukaya
  5. Emmanuel Quaye ---- as Quartey


4.. KETEKE (2017)

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. It's the 80s rail service system, and the train is the only means of transport from the outskirts. A couple - BOI (Adjetey Anang) and ATSWEI (Lydia Forson) is bent on delivering their first baby in Akete but misses their first train. A wrong decision finds them in the middle of nowhere.

Will they make it on time for the delivery, or, risk losing the baby and mother?

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Keteke represented Ghana at the annual Khouribja Africa Festival in Morocco, December 2018 where it received the Jury Special Mention Prize.

CASTS :

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