An aging fisherman goes out to sea one day and returns with a talking fish. Set in Ghana West Africa, this quirky comedy explores our need to stay relevant against the backdrop of a developing nation.
Seventy-five year old fisherman Ataa Oko starts his day as usual on the dock in Ghana’s fishing village. With the net wrapped around his toes, the sea air blowing against his cheek, his hands mindlessly sewing the net. When he overhears a conversation by the younger fisherman he starts to question if his role in this developing country might be coming to an end.
*Programmer's Award, Best Short Narrative - Pan African Film Festival (Los Angeles, CA)
*Official Selection - Cinquest (San jose, CA)
*Official Selection - Bermuda International Film Festival
*Official Selection - Irvine International Film Festival