Peter Sedufia | Ghana 2017 | 70m | 15
Keteke (a Twi word for train) is a 2017 Ghanaian comedy film, set in the 1980s, that tells the story of Boi and Atwei in their efforts to catch a train to the city. Atwei is heavily pregnant and after missing the morning train the couple are left stranded in the hot sun. As they race to catch the next train the film follows the comic duo’s mishaps as their mad day plays out in scenes of arguments, their quest for food, and other crazy antics that happen along the way. This dialogue driven film is carried by stellar performances from the two main characters and is beautifully interlaced with music from Ghanaian band Worlasi.
Fri 2 Nov 2018
Free and non-ticketed / Garnethill Multicultural Centre