This one of a kind movie set in the city of Lagos is mainly shot on the streets portraying the everyday hustles and bustles Lagos city drivers go through and the life style choices young ladies make in order to make ends meet. Each scene breaks through into the next and the synergy of the casts is absolutely amazing as each portray their part with accuracy.
Femi Jacobs (Adigun) flawlessly delves into his role as the newbie Taxi driver doing his best to survive through the harsh realities of Lagos state. Delia portrayed by Ijeoma Grace Agu brings her character to life as she effortlessly plays the prostitute. Hafiz Oyetoro a.k.a Saka who portrays the part of the dreaded Kankanfo, as always, did not disappoint as he delivered his role with utmost professionalism. The script in itself is extraordinary as the dialogue is consistent with everyday Lagos ‘street’ lingo and the sound tracks fused well with the theme of the movie.
Daniel Emeka Oriahi proved to be an excellent director as the sound quality, picture quality and the setting of the movie make you forget you are seeing a fictional work and draws you into the plot as he takes you around the city of Lagos exhibiting the city’s beautiful night life. What sets TAXI DRIVER (Oko Ashewo) from other Nollywood movies, is it realism and down-earthedness that it showcases to its viewers, entertaining them while educating them as well. Th ... Read Full Review