Elevator Baby is coming soon to Netflix, joining the high volume of Nollywood titles that can be found on the streamer. Produced by Niyi Akinmolayan and directed Akhigbe Ilozobhie, Elevator Baby tells the story of Dare (Timini Egbuson), a privileged young man with a fiery temper, who got stuck in a faulty elevator with a semi-literate pregnant woman in labour (Toyin Abraham). Dare is left with no choice but to try and save both mother and child.
Elevator Baby was the movie that allowed Abraham clinch Best Actress at the 2020 AMVCA, and Best Actor for Egbuson. Abraham excitedly made the announcement on her Instagram and revealing that she was seven months when shooting was done. Out this Friday, will you be watching?
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