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2016 | B/N | 8:00

A young Ghanaian man struggles to reconcile his love for his mother with his homosexual desire, amid the increased tensions incited by same-sex politics in Ghana. Focused on a letter that is filled with hesitation and uncertainty, Reluctantly Queer both disrobes and questions what it means to be gay for this man in this time and space. 

Direction: Owusu; Akosua Adoma
Script: Edwin Otu; Kwame
Production: Adoma Owusu; Akosua
Photography: Adoma Owusu; Akosua
Sound: Rae Seekins; Kari
Music: Falcone
Cast:Edwin Otu; Kwame
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Participation year at FICM: 2016

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