Entertainment enthusiast and award-winning film producer Kang Quintus, has recorded yet another success with his second movie, Nganu, on Netflix.
His Fisherman’s Diary released in 2020, paved the way for unrivaled success in the Cameroon movie industry.
He said the story in the new release Nganu, was carefully written to depict what many African households face on a daily basis.
“Moral Lesson: Be careful with the things you say or do in front of your kids. Many people grow up with childhood traumas that can be passed on to generations” Quintus wrote on Facebook.
“Child abuse and domestic violence is unacceptable” he added.
The movie featured Nigerian-British Hollywood actor Hakeem Kae-Kazim. Several top Cameroonian music and media personalities were also part of the cast.
Deux oeufs spaghetti hit singer Ko-C, and other artists Blaise B and Mihney alongside radio personality Nabil Fongod, acted as gang members.
Ace actor Alenne Menget also featured, as well as female rapper Askia, and comedian Cabrel Nanjip of blessed memory. The masterpiece was dedicated to the comedian’s honour.