Anna Lily Amipur wrote and directed the film. The hot scene was set under the full moon. Mona Lisa (the Jeon Chung Book of North Korea), is a prisoner at a psychiatric facility wearing a tight-fitting uniform. , Escaped.
She can control her thoughts and make anyone she meets do anything she pleases. Craig Robinson’s police even shot her in the leg with their own gun.
Mona Lisa, a ten-year-old girl who was imprisoned more than a decade ago, is almost a child-like innocence, despite the fact that she could be fatal.
First, she met Fuzz (Ed Scrin), a fashionable drug dealer. Then, she met Bonnie Hudson, Kate Hudson’s single mother and pole dancer on Bourbon Street.
Hudson, a mother of a 9-year-old boy, had a complicated relationship. Hudson was always looking for ways she could improve her life. The Mona Lisa was taken to the ATM to ask the customer for $500.
Hudson didn’t know she was being held captive by this gentle but tough liar.
“When I lay on the New Orleans concrete at 104 degrees, it felt like Bonnie was right next to me. It was 3:30 in the morning. The movie was truly amazing!
“There are many Bonnies living in a portion of my soul. She is a survivor, a warrior, and also a survivor. It is a very liberating role.
Hudson was accompanied by Robinson and Scrim during the afternoon press conference. Jong-seo was in South Korea filming and could not attend.
Amirpur said, “Films for me are fantasy.” “I like to create ‘riding,’ maybe this movie gives people that fairy-tale feeling.
“This movie was my passion for adventure films when I was a child: “Never Ending Story”, Back to the Future, or Terminator 2.
She said, “Honestly,” and added that she wrote the article before the current (pandemic) world. It’s about her escape from prison.
“The Mona Lisa, my hero. She is constantly changing her appearance and reinventing herself. At first, she is a beast, then a child and then a monster. This is freedom. It’s very exciting. I Hope people think she’s weird—my kind of weird.”