There is so much excitement in the air as the cast and crew of ‘THERAPY’, Cameroonians and Nigerians are eager to behold the first ever Cameroonian film to be aired on Netflix. There has been trends on social media hyping the D-day as everyone is so impatient for tomorrow 26/03/2021 to watch the movie. This year has registered tremendous achievement for African Arts from Burna Boy and Wiz kid at the Grammys and now ‘THERAPY’ made up of the best actors and actresses of both Cameroonian and Nigerian origin.

It is important to note that ‘THERAPY’ is not the only Cameroonian movie bought by Netflix, The Fisherman’s Diary produced by Kang Quintus is the second Cameroon movie to be aired on Netflix. The Fisherman’s Diary was shortlisted by the prestigious Oscars Award. Unfortunately, the movie did not make it to the final list. This is a life time opportunity for the world to see and appreciate Cameroonian movies and off course promote them as we look forward to collaboration and deals for Cameroonian actors and actresses at International levels.

“THERAPY” story/screenplay was done by Forkwa Babila, directed by Musing Derick and Anurin Nwunembom, produced by Ermelinde Simo Sakah Jing and Sakah Antoine. Featuring top Cameroonian actors and actresses like Alenne Menget, Syndy Emade, Ermelinde Simo Sakah, Otia Vitalis, Laura Onyama, Lucie Membe and Nollywood legends, Richard Mofe Damijo and Iretiola Doyle. Not forgetting Lelio Achanga the professional makeup artist with magic touch who worked selflessly to bring out the best appearance from the cast. “The idea is to bring out a concept that is neglected within our African context; the inability for a man to have children,”

Are you in Douala? do you want to watch ‘THERAPY’ as you mingle with celebrities and some of the cast? You are most welcome at Ni’s Kitchen. Alenne Menget who is one of the actors and Chef@CEO Ni’ kitchens, announced to the public his new restaurant, an extension of  Ni’s kitchen Bonamoussadi situated at Deido behind the MRS filling station on the Water reservoir side of Ecole Public Deido, Nouvelle Route Grand Moulin. He invites his fans and the public to show up massively tomorrow the 26/03/2021 at 6pm UTC/GMT+1 to watch and support Cameroonian movie industry and celebrate the victory.

Have you subscribed for Netflix? do not miss this historical moment for Africans. Follow the easy steps to subscribe and watch ‘THERAPY’;

1-Sign up at www.netflix.com

2-Choose your plan either basic-$8.99/month,Standard-$13.99/month or Premium $17.99/month

3-Use your email adress and create a password

4- Enter payment method

5-Grab some pop corn and you are good to go

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