During a press conference for the movie, "Road to Yesterday" Ishaya Bako and Chigurl spoke on their greatest challenges on set of the much talked about movie.
"Road to Yesterday," a film by Ishaya Bako, and produced by Genevieve Nnaji, recently premiered at African International Film Festival on Friday, November 13, 2015.
During a press conference for the movie, the director Bako, and cast Chigurl spoke on their greatest challenges on set.
Ishaya : "The fact that it was a road film, so we had like a week. We were on the road literally for 12 hours in a day, or sometimes more."
"And then driving to and fro on the road and with traffic. So, the logistics of just filming on the road, because we were not able to block any road or something."
"So the logistics of just filming on the road, because we couldn't block any road. It was real, it was dangerous. I was very concerned with first and foremost, keeping everyone safe and secure. Secondly, making it as believable as possible."
Chigurl : "I didn't have any challenge per se. I was always the best. I always brought my A-game. I never gave anyone any trouble.
"She was the joy on set. Everytime she was on set, she eased up the tension." Ishaya added
'Road to Yesterday' stars Nigerian-British actor, Oris Erhuerho as ‘Izu’ the burly husband and father, and Genevieve Nnaji as ‘Victoria’ the conflicted wife and mother.
Set in Lagos Nigeria, Road to Yesterday is an epic love story, about a couple desperate to mend its marriage on a road trip to a relative’s funeral.
However when memories and secrets from the past are revealed, a lot more is at stake than their relationship.
'Road to Yesterday' is produced by Nnaji alongside Chinny Onwugbenu and Chichi Nwoko.
Directed by Ishaya Bako, Story is by Genevieve Nnaji, who also serves as executive producer alongside Chinny Onwugbenu.
Following the Lagos premiere, the actress premiered the movie in Enugu on November 18, 2015.