Causeaway also marks Jennifer Lawrence’s debut as a producer
LONDON, UK – Academy Award winner Jennifer Lawrence plays a soldier with PTSD and ex-traumatic stress in the bridgean independent drama that also marks the Hollywood star’s debut as a producer.
The film sees Lawrence’s character, Lynsey, returning from Afghanistan with a debilitating brain injury that has been attacked. After reluctantly returning to her hometown and her mother’s home to recover, she befriends a local auto mechanic (played by Brian Terry Henry) and finds comfort and healing in unexpected friendship.
Directed by Lila Neugebauer, the film was shot before the COVID-19 pandemic and put an end to Lawrence’s short break from acting.
“I love Marvel movies or superhero movies as much as I love The Next Person, but there was something so refreshing. I haven’t seen anything like this since then.” winter bones‘,” referring to the 2010 film that won Lawrence her first Academy Award nomination.
“So I felt insistent that I really, really want to do it. I didn’t know when because I was still in a gap,” Lawrence told Reuters at the film’s premiere at the London Film Festival on Saturday, October 8:
The pandemic allowed the film team to set the film up and sit with it. Like her character, Lawrence, who became a mother earlier this year, said she’s gone through a transformation.
“I started the movie when I was engaged. I came back married and pregnant. You know, I personally had a different perception of staying, of home,” Lawrence said, adding that she was “absolutely” excited to make more films in the future.
bridge Streaming on Apple TV+ begins in November. 4. – Rappler.com
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