There was no questioning the political stance of this feature-length documentary. Produced by the Ghana Film Unit, the film detailed the West African colony's recent struggle to divest itself of British rule. Much of the footage is given over to the post-independence festivities, which are far more fascinating than the rather dry recitation of statistics that preceded them. Technically clumsy at times, Freedom for Ghana is redeemed by its sincerity and exuberance. The film was Ghana's first entry in the Berlin Film Festival (indeed, its first entry in any festival).
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