Tanzania: The making of the movie, Bongoland II

If you can make a movie in Dar es Salaam, then you can make a movie anywhere: “First there are production and logistical issues. The production issues were easily resolved because we had anticipated those and planned for them. What we did not anticipate are the issues beyond our control…traffic jam in dar, cons whose main intentions were to make sure we spend all our money to the ground so that they can blog that the production “run out money”. We were overcharged most of the times whether we were renting a place to shoot or buying water for the day…”

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