Who do you trust when you are the last human survivor of the post-apocalypse and your only friend is a robot? The latest science fiction feature of Netflix I am a mother explore this question with the story of a teenage girl Clara Rugaard who is being raised by a robot named Mother (Rose Bryne) after a cataclysmic event annihilating humanity. When a mysterious human stranger Hilary Swank Entering into their lives, Daughter and Mother find their relationship in crisis while Daughter questions everything she knows about the outside world.
With I am a mother Now streaming on Netflix, I recently spoke with Hillary Swank and Clara Rugaard to discuss their new post-apocalyptic sci-fi movie. During our conversation, both rushed to work with Rose Bryne and Luke Hawker, explained how recording in a bunker had helped immerse in the story and get into the mindset of their characters, while conveying the inspiring motherly guidance that motivated their success.
Find out what the two of you had to say in our interview above and read the topics below, followed by the official synopsis.
- Clara Rugaard talked about working with Luke Hawker.
- How was it on together working with Luke Hawker while Rose Byrne provided the voice?
- Was it hard to get out of this way to be isolated from all the others in the movie?
- Hillary spoke of the challenges of trying to play such an ambiguous character.
- What is the best maternal advice you have received?
- For Clara: Did you learn anything from Hilary while you were on the set?
I AM MOTHER is a sci-fi thriller about a teenager (Clara Rugaard), the first of a new generation of humans to be raised by Mother (Rose Byrne), a robot designed to repopulate the earth after the extinction of humanity. . But the unique relationship between the two men is threatened when an injured alien (Hilary Swank) arrives with news that questions everything that has been said to his daughter about the outside world and his mother's intentions.