An interview with Elizabeth Hawthorne, the actress of "The Moon Is Upside Down", interviewer Andrei Liimets
"""Moon Is Upside Down"" turns the viewer's world upside down. The film shows the world through three characters. Natalia moves to New Zealand for a wedding arranged through a dating agency. Brilliant doctor Briar finds herself in a peculiar online relationship. And Faith, who is trapped in material abundance.
One of the lead roles is played by New Zealand native Elizabeth Hawthorne, who has received recognition for her performances on both stage and screen. Estonian viewers may have seen her in the film ""The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe"" or the TV series ""Hercules"". Hawthorne describes the film as ""sort of dry and sort of tragic in a way. It's sort of both. It's sort of terribly sad but in that there's some sort of humanly hilarious things, so there's this duo going on at least all the time"". The scenes in ""Moon Is Upside Down"" are characterized by the power of nature and feminine perspectives.
Having worked in various positions in the film industry for decades, director Loren Taylor felt that the feminine perspective was lacking in the film landscape. In her debut film ""Moon Is Upside Down,"" three women grapple with longing for emotional connection.
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