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CORRUPTION IN HEALTH CARE

Garwu, happily married to Tarnue, is finally pregnant with their first child. But during a routine check-up at the hospital, the doctor in charge, Dr. Gbasee claims that Garwu has a problem with her uterus. Her life could only be saved if her child were removed immediately. Therefore, she would have to pay the money for the operation right away so that action could be taken without any delay.
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Garwu is devastated and refuses, but her husband Tarnue urges her to have the procedure done. He doesn’t want to lose his beloved wife. What they don’t know: Dr. Gbasee deliberately made a misdiagnosis in order to make more money from an unnecessary surgery. Garwu is smart enough to get a second opinion from the young doctor Dr. Rebecca. A race against time and against the hierarchical structures in the hospital begins…

COME, I’LL SHOW YOU

CORRUPTION IN HEALTH CARE

Garwu, happily married to Tarnue, is finally pregnant with their first child. But during a routine check-up at the hospital, the doctor in charge, Dr. Gbasee claims that Garwu has a problem with her uterus. Her life could only be saved if her child were removed immediately. Therefore, she would have to pay the money for the operation right away so that action could be taken without any delay.
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Garwu is devastated and refuses, but her husband Tarnue urges her to have the procedure done. He doesn’t want to lose his beloved wife. What they don’t know: Dr. Gbasee deliberately made a misdiagnosis in order to make more money from an unnecessary surgery. Garwu is smart enough to get a second opinion from the young doctor Dr. Rebecca. A race against time and against the hierarchical structures in the hospital begins…

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FILMMAKERS

Screenplay

Marwu G. K. Nyumah

Director

Luther N. Mafalleh

Director of Photography + Editor

Gardea K. Mayon

Sound 

Lisa D. Weah

Light

Kerman Nanoe

Costumes

Florence Kota

Camera Assistant

Roland Kerkulah, Lisa D. Weah

Make Up

Vickie Jallah

Continuity

James G. Gorwor

Production Manager

Watta Kerkulah

Location Manager

Miatta Hallie

COME, I’LL SHOW YOU THE

FILMMAKERS

Screenplay

Marwu G. K. Nyumah

Director

Luther N. Mafalleh

Director of Photography + Editor

Gardea K. Mayon

Sound 

Lisa D. Weah

Light

Kerman Nanoe

Costumes

Florence Kota

Camera Assistant

Roland Kerkulah, Lisa D. Weah

Make Up

Vickie Jallah

Continuity

James G. Gorwor

Production Manager

Watta Kerkulah

Location Manager

Miatta Hallie

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FILM INFORMATION

Type Fiction
Length 21:53 min.
Language

English with English subtitles

Country of origin Liberia
Year 2021

COME, I’LL SHOW YOU THE

FILM INFORMATION

Type 

Fiction

Length

21:53 min.

Language

English with English subtitles

Country of origin

Liberia

Year

2021

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LIBERIA

Liberia (officially the Republic of Liberia) is located on the Atlantic coast of West Africa and is the oldest republic in Africa. The country borders Sierra Leone, Guinea and the Ivory Coast. Monrovia is the capital of Liberia, about one million people live here.
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The country’s population still suffers from the aftermath of two civil wars and the 2014-2016 Ebola outbreak, with more than half of the population living below the poverty line and a particular lack of access to health services and education.
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Freedom of the press enjoys constitutional status in Liberia and is widely respected by the government. Liberia ranks 95th out of 180 countries in the 2020 press freedom rankings published by Reporters Without Borders.

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LIBERIA

Liberia (officially the Republic of Liberia) is located on the Atlantic coast of West Africa and is the oldest republic in Africa. The country borders Sierra Leone, Guinea and the Ivory Coast. Monrovia is the capital of Liberia, about one million people live here.
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The country’s population still suffers from the aftermath of two civil wars and the 2014-2016 Ebola outbreak, with more than half of the population living below the poverty line and a particular lack of access to health services and education.
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Freedom of the press enjoys constitutional status in Liberia and is widely respected by the government. Liberia ranks 95th out of 180 countries in the 2020 press freedom rankings published by Reporters Without Borders.