During the interview with Pulse Nigeria, Baaj Adebule shared his definition of a great film, choosing money over quality, and greatest fear as an actor.
During the exclusive interview, the actor also shared what defines a great film for him, choosing money over quality, and his greatest fear as an actor.
On money versus quality as a motivation, the filmmaker narrated his experience on set of his debut short film "Seeing Betrayal," which had him serving as a producer, director, actor among other roles.
"quality is always going to take money. Quality is very important, but if you don't have the appropriate amount of money, you would have to compromise," he said.
On his greatest fear as a filmmaker, Adebule said, "I want to be one of those filmmakers that changes things." " If it isn't pushing the human nature or pushing humanity or pushing Nigeria forward, then I have failed. That's my greatest fear.
Adebule has featured in productions including "Hush," "A Perfect Plan," "Pound of Flesh," "Betrayal," "Happy Family," "Two Sides of a Coin," "Honeymoon Hotel," "Heaven's Hell," "Road to Yesterday" among others.