Bambino has settled into his life as a single man. His delivery driver job in Lagos means he has a steady income, even if the promised promotion is a long time coming. He is appreciated by the neighborhood; he helps out financially where he can and is generous when people are late repaying him. His neighbor, Ifeyinwa’s advances leave him cold, but when he meets the charismatic Bawa, the two immediately hit it off. A photo competition sees the two men driving around the city together on day-long explorations with increasing frequency. As Bawa looks at him through his camera lens, it soon becomes clear that he sees in Bambino not only a good model but also more than just a friend.
The Nigerian director and screenwriter is based in the UK. He won Nigeria Integrity Film Awards (HomeVida) for the script for the short film Lost Children and for the short film A Place of Happiness which also screened at several international film festivals. In 2022, he won the Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Award for Best Editor. All the Colours of the World Are Between Black and White is his debut feature film.