Kenneth Gyang's "The Lost Cafe" is an uplifting story about a girl's decision to rise above dark family secrets and culture shock to live her dreams abroad.
The film is an uplifting story about a girl's decision to rise above dark family secrets and culture shock to live her dreams abroad, finding the most unusual answers to her troubling questions somewhere in Drammen where she meets the half blind, strange owner of a quaint coffee shop that serves the best coffee in the world.
Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Kenneth Gyang for Peridot and Cinema Kpatakpata, the movie stars AMVCA Best Supporting Actress nominee Tunde Aladese as Ose.
"The Lost Cafe" also stars Belinda Effah, Ann Njemanze, Terje Lien, Jenny Bonden and Anders Lidin Hansen in supporting roles.
Norway-based Regina Udalor is the producer and the film’s idea stemmed from her short script.
Screenplay by Ifesinachi Okoli Akpagwu, Jeremiah Gyang is the film’s music producer and Akor Udalor, the executive producer.
No release date has been announced for the movie.