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Nigerian born filmmaker, David Ivan Danisa has exposed how a ruthless network exploit the Nigeria oil industry in his debut movie entitled "Chameleon"

The movie, according to Danisa, is borne out of the need to expose the illegalities and criminal activities of a ruthless network of individuals spread across different continents.

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"Chameleon" stars David Ivan Danisa, who also doubled as the writer and producer, Michael Fourage, Carlos Ferreira, Juliana Alves Rosa, Yolanda Trono and Mendaly Ries amongst several others.

Uwem Jacob, a guest and David Ivan Danis play

L-R Uwem Jacob, a guest and David Ivan Danisa at the press briefing

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Shot in different countries and cities that include Nigeria, Germany Luxembourg, Brussels and Paris, "Chameleon" tells the story of two antagonistic and ruthless characters, one originating from Luxembourg and the other, a Nigerian spy, on an important mission to save his country's oil industry.

Speaking on the flick, David Ivan Danisa said he thinks the movie can be used as a political tool in a developmental way to help th Nigerian oil sector.

On his preparedness to expectations from cabals, who might find the movie offensive, Danisa dropped, "Not at all, I don't think the movie should offend anyone, however, what I have done is to re-awake our collective aspirations as a people on the parts of the people, the citizens, the governments and agencies responsible."

Danisa, a former journalist turned filmmaker explained that the movie is scheduled to make its debut in Nigerian cinemas in August 2016.

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