LUXEMBOURG-based Nigerian filmmaker David Danisa, has announced that his much-awaited movie, Chameleon, will premiere in cinemas across Nigeria in August.
Making the announcement recently in Lagos, Danisa said that after two years of shooting the film in Luxembourg, Chameleon is set to hit the cinemas in Nigeria.
According to him, the film was shot at various locations in Lagos, Calabar and different cities in Luxembourg, Paris, Brussels. He explained that the film can be used as a political tool in a developmental way to help the Nigerian oil sector.
“Chameleon tells the story of two antagonistic and ruthless characters, one originating from Luxembourg and the other, a Nigerian spy, on an important mission. Lucio won’t be prevented from achieving his strategic business goals in Africa. How does this relate to Muda’s mission in Europe? Muda is not exactly the person he was initially presented as. He is in search of something else. What? Why is he in Europe, and what brings him to Luxembourg? These are some of the questions the movie seeks to provide answers to,” he said.
The movie, Danisa revealed, is borne out of the need to expose the illegalities and criminal activities of a ruthless network of individuals spread across different continents. Michael Fourage, Carlos Ferreira, Juliana Alves Rosa, Yolanda Trono and Mendaly Ries amongst several others.
“The zeal to inform people about what is happening around them in their localities in a language they can easily relate to. To tell them, present it the way they will understand,” the former investigative journalist said.
Source: The Nation