The clock is ticking for Georgia played by Chlo Grace Moretz, who is 9 months pregnant.
“I think it’s fun to not just play nine months pregnant but be able to be nine months pregnant and still do the action sequences, and still push, push through the story in a way that’s not like her. just. lean back,” she said.
Georgia is led by her boyfriend Sam, played by Algee Smith, who supports her, even when they’re having a hard time.
“It takes patience with him to know it’s okay, this woman is pregnant with my child, I love this woman at the same time, I just know how to deal with everything that’s about to happen now, I can’t, said Smith.
When their journey to safety seems grueling in the movie, the stars say they’re also brutal, often having to battle the elements and hike five miles a day. Chloe has to do it with a 20kg belly strapped to her body.
“So we’re actually attaching it to a corset that way when I’m running and I’m moving and things like that will really constrict my breathing in a way that I’m going to get my breath. shallower like pregnant women,” Moretz said. .
“There was a tough day where Chlo and I had to go through, it was really cold outside, it was pouring rain on the film that they added to the set, and we really didn’t, we had to shoot the scene. this long, and Smith said.
Georgia and Sam eventually meet “Albert” who has a strong desire to help them survive.
Raúl Castillo said that he liked how the story was rooted in the real-life experiences of the film’s director and screenwriter, Mattson Tomlin.
“It’s exciting and the story has a deep personal meaning to Mattson and that for me has always been based on facts and while it’s bigger than life in this sci-fi aspect, it’s driven by the real heart at the end of the day,” said Castillo.
“It’s based on a true story about his parents and what they went through,” Moretz said. “And for me his sensibility within it and the way he carries on with this story and how it comes straight from his heart, that’s something I haven’t really seen before from the cults. actors that I worked with”
“Mother/Android” explores what it means to be human. It also begs the question, how do you know when technology has gone too far?
“I think I’ve always been afraid of Siri, you know what I mean?” Moretz joked, “We carry little GPS trackers in our pockets every day, you know, the iPhone is listening to it all, but at some point it’s a little unavoidable, not a lot. where you can come and not be under. supervision of some sort.”
“Mother/Android” begins streaming on Friday, December 17 on Hulu.
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