Jarreth Merz, a Swiss-Ghanaian filmmaker, came to Ghana in 2008 to film the national elections. What he saw there taught him new lessons about democracy -- and about himself.

Jarreth Merz' new film, "An African Election," follows the 2008 presidential elections in Ghana from start to finish.

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