Why I don’t work on low-budget films – Seun Akindele

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There are elements and concepts that influence the scripts that Nollywood actor Seun Akindele accepts in the profession.

The Ekiti State-born actor argued that money alone does not give him the push he needs.

“there are a whole of things I consider before accepting a movie script. Aside the money, the story has to make a whole lot of sense. There must be a take home for people from the entire movie. Anyone who sees the movie should be able to learn one or two lessons. These are my major criteria before jumping into any movie project.

Then afterwards, I need to understand the scale. I would not like to get involved on a low budget movie. Because it affects the quality of the movie.
I don’t think there is a role I would reject. I am only a representative of a character, I only put myself in the character, if I can’t do that, then I am not good at what I do,” he said.

The Mirror Star actor also stated that he is his own worse critic and strives to improve his acting with every next movie set.

“Seeing my own movies, I always look out for my mistakes. I would look out for a way to better my skills. I have watched a movie and I feel like I would have done better. I’m my own critic. To other people it might be a great interpretation of the role but for me, I know I would have given a better reaction to that particular scene.”


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