Many of the promotional materials for the movie sort of say that Ronit was pushed out of the community for her sexuality, but I thought it was more about the fact that she was unruly on many levels. There are no spoilers here, but there is some really thoughtful conversation with the actors about the process of making the movie and bringing their characters to life. What drew you to this project? I think it had two wonderful roles for women and then a really wonderful role for a man as well. On set in England, Weisz and McAdams approached the work with completely different methods.
When she opens the door to her office in the East Village, the story has been out for just a couple of hours but has nonetheless generated a slew of headlines online, many of which question how "acceptable" it is for a year-old woman to be having a baby.
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I think appetite is the word I always come back to me. They should all make you feel vulnerable, some more than others, but they should all be risky. Keep up with the movie on FacebookTwitterand Instagram. A post shared by Hilary Duff hilaryduff on Jan 4, at For this roleyou did a lot of research and met with Orthodox families [McAdams also learned some Hebrew and there were Orthodox consultants on set].