Precious Secrets is a movie produced and directed by A-list actor, Mike Ezuruonye. The movie is producer for IROKO TV and IROKO Nigeria. And the Executive producer is popular actress and the Director General Of IROKO Nigeria, Mary Remmy Njoku. The movie is being shot in the Eastern part of Nigeria. And it features fast rising actress such as Lydia Lawrence and many others.
This is Lydia. The actress who's buried in the ground.
A lot of us don't know how tedious and stressful it is to shoot a movie. Mike has been sharing with us behind the scenes of how the movie is being shot. You can't help but pity this guys. They are really doing a great job to create a masterpiece for our own consumption.
Today's movie scene shared by Mike has caused reactions online. Even him can attest to the fact that his junior colleague and fast rising actress, Lydia Lawrence is doing a great job, putting a lot of creativity to make sure that the movie comes out well.
On Today's scene, Lydia was buried into the ground alive and Mike who is also playing a lead role pointed a gun on her forehead. I can't imagine how difficult it will be to be buried in the ground for a few minutes just to shoot a movie. It shows that she's really passionate about her acting career.
This brought reactions as fans and celebrities in the Nollywood Industry were amazed and shocked at how she was able to go under the ground with so much stress on her face. See reactions of fans and celebrities in the screenshots below.
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