‘Therapy’ makes history as first Cameroonian film on Netflix starring RMD, Ireti Doyle

‘Therapy’ stars Nigerian actors Richard Mofe-Damijo, Ireti Doyle and Cameroonian star Ermelinde Sakah Jing [Instagram/ermelindesakahjing]
Cameroon has made its debut on global streaming platform, Netflix with the Ermelinde Simo Sakah Jing produced ‘Therapy’.
Starring Nigeria’s Richard Mofe-Damijo, Ireti Doyle alongside Jing, Alenne Menget, Lucie Memba, Neba Godwill, child actor Kayla Merits among others, the Forkwa Babila scripted film follows the story of a dysfunctional couple who enlist the services of an unconventional therapist in a bid to resolve their marital woes.

The Cameroonian debut is co-directed by Anurin Nwunembom and Musing Derick while Anthill studio’s Victoria Akujobi is credited as the film’s editor.

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