This film is humbling, energising, funny and sad all at once. The cinematography capturing the beauty of the African landscape (an enduring, old school motif in our films) and is carried by a beautiful and original soundtrack from West African artist Daby Balde.
This authentic portrayal of the richness of Ghanaian culture as told in the indigenous Kulaasi dialogue, provides much humour and warmth.
Nakom screens at the Durban International Film Festival on Thursday at the Nu Metro cinema complex at 7pm.
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