Bonnie Wright’s directorial debut “Separate We Come, Separate We Go” first set photo released
Bonnie Wright – the actress who portrayed Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter films – is making her directorial debut with her new film Separate We Come, Separate We Go, which stars David Thewlis – who portrayed Remus Lupin in the Harry Potter series.
Today, we can share the first photo that was released from their twitter account, which shows a set still with director Bonnie Wright, cinematographer Arthur, and first assistant camera Ben.
You can see the first picture right here.
Separate We Come, Separate We Go is a story of a 10-year old girl who lives with her single mother in a bleak town called Lydd, East Sussex. After another of her mother’s episodes, she decides to walk to the coast near her home. We follow this journey to Dungeness, where she meets an eccentric man. He becomes the friend she never had; they talk about life and spontaneity.
The film portrays the poignant story of a child’s loss of innocence and how she retrieves it through the beauty of her surrounding landscape and the kindness of a stranger.
The film will be part of the LCC Graduate Film project and will be presented in 2012 in the graduate show.
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