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Dir. Shirley Frimpong Manso
Nigeria, Ghana. 2017. 70 mins. English.

A divorced couple who decide to share equal space in their ex-matrimonial home soon realise that this ingenious idea is easier said than done. Bent on flexing their egos and scoring points, Tony (OC Ukeje) and Lulu (Joselyn Dumas) devise various hilarious tactics that soon inflame jealous emotions and turn an already complicated situation into a roller coaster ride. Prolific Ghanaian director, Shirley Frimpong Manso, reunites Ukeje and Dumas again, following their roles in her 2014 film Love Or Something Like It, and the duo reproduces their onscreen chemistry in this colourful comedy of manners. A strong supporting cast includes Joke Silva, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Chris Attoh, Lala Akindoju, Nikki Samonas, Adjetey Anang and Victoria Micheals.

A_Award_42px Eligible for the Film Africa 2017 Audience Award

Shirley Frimpong Manso

With a background in directing, writing, presenting, producing and event organization, Shirley Frimpong Manso brings a rich and varied experience to African cinema. Shirley joined the media and entertainment industry in Ghana right after completing her advance level education at age nineteen. During this time, Shirley presented programmes on Radio Gold, TV3, Metro TV and GTV respectively. She also anchored live events such as Miss Ghana and various corporate and State events. Shirley later graduated with first class honors in BFA at the National Film and Television Institute majoring in Film Directing. She formed Sparrow Productions in November 2003 while still in school and hired a collective of talented and creative minds. Shirley has written, produced and directed several widely acclaimed African movies including award winning films like « The Perfect Picture », « A Sting In a Tale », « Contract », Devil in the Detail », « Love or Something Like That », « Rebecca » and the first cinema series ever on the African continent « Adam’s Apples » and « Shampaign ». Shirley’s newest feature film « Potato Potahto » is set to premiere in 2017. Shirley’s aim is to tell progressive African stories and push boundaries using a touch of reality.