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Kwaw Ansah brings back ‘The Good Old Days’

Award winning Ghanaian filmmaker, Kwaw Ansah, who dazzled lovers of African cinema and indeed the rest of the world with films like ‘Love Brewed in An African Pot’ and ‘Heritage Africa’ is back with an exciting new project. The renowned writer/director/producer will soon outdoor ‘The Good Old Days’, a 24-episode film, with different subtitles, treating […]

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Award winning Ghanaian filmmaker, Kwaw Ansah, who dazzled lovers of African cinema and indeed the rest of the world with films like ‘Love Brewed in An African Pot’ and ‘Heritage Africa’ is back with an exciting new project. The renowned writer/director/producer will soon outdoor ‘The Good Old Days’, a 24-episode film, with different subtitles, treating different themes relevant to the Ghanaian family life.

The film project deals with the adventure of a family of eight and is set in the 1950s and 1960s. It is a healthy mix of love, comedy and tragedy which is designed to capture the nostalgic imagination of its audience and appeal to all age groups. Each episode brings back the joyful memories of our way of life in the years gone by.

‘The love of AA’, the first episode in the series is an intriguing and compelling story of love, family life, childhood mischief and pranks. It ends with a mixture of comic and tragic events that are sure to capture the imagination of the viewing public and cause people to re-examine their interpersonal relations, which tends to pose a great challenge to society.

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