From friendship to romance, to self-love and everything in between, love comes in many different ways. This weekend, you’ll be able to enjoy the finest Ghanaian movies on Netflix, no matter what your status is, from Shirley Frimpong-Manso, Yvonne Nelson and Peter Sedufia, Leila Djansi, and others.
See what you can watch on Netflix this weekend in the list below.
Aloe Vera created a distinctive hue figure between two groups living within the same community but separated by a hem initiated by a long-standing historical dispute. love creeps but is it enough to transcend the line that separates them?
Cast: Nana Ama McBrown, Kofi Adjorlolo, Roselyn Ngisah, Priscilla Opoku Agyeman, Aaron Adatsi, Alexandra Ayirebi-Aquah, Benjamin Adaletey, Ngozi Viola Adikwu, Beverly Afaglo, Ben Affat, Fred Amugi, Kobina Amissah-Sam, Akorfa Ejeani Asiedu.
A 14-year-old girl sent away to evade an arranged marriage from Northern Ghana must endure life in the slums of Accra, and find a way to get back home.
Cast: Asana Alhassan, Adjetey Anang, Ama K. Abebrese, Akofa Edjeani Asiedu, Peter Ritchie, Mohammed Hafiz, Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye.
A couple can’t seem to get to spend time with each other following the frequent trip of a husband, once they decided to while away and spend time together what follows is a tale of several twists, and turns that spills a can of worms and ultimately pulls each person in the emerging web of deceit.
Cast: Yvonne Nelson, Kunle Remi, Adjetey Anang, Isaac Akwesi Awonor, Kweku Elliot, Regina Van-Helvert
Esi recounts her childhood and the riotous relationship between her father, Kojo, and her uncle. Kojo goes missing on an illegal mining expedition with his uncle Kwabena, Esi embarks on a journey to rescue her father.
Cast: Joseph Otsiman, Kobina Amissah-Sam, Ama Abebrese, Cynthia Dankwa
Hopefully, the Ghanaian movie market will expand across other borders to showcase the heritage, culture, beauty, and creativity of its indigenous people.
Excite your weekend with these Ghanaian picks on Netflix.