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Directed by King Luu

Ghana 2013 63 mins.

Ghana’s most popular rap group, the FOKN Bois, star in what’s been called “the world’s 2nd 1st Pidgin musical.” One needs no knowledge of the first film to thoroughly enjoy the Bois’ screwball search for much food, love, and finally, revenge. The plot may be thin, but the humor-infused, incredibly catchy melodies keep this hip hop opera swimming along. “It looks great, it sounds fantastic, and it utterly defies its audience to not leave the room with a big ol’ smile plastered on after the final credits roll.” – Todd Brown, Twitch Film.



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