Mortal toolsThe female star Hera Hilmar believes that social lessons are drawn from the witchcraft made by New Zealand.
Talking at the world stage on Sir Peter Jackson's film in London Tuesday, Icelandic actress British Media Society People need to make a link to decide on the kind of world they want to live.
"I think things are happening in the world that are very difficult to take. I hope that we can change and get a way to do it. Get together together to keep current in this world.
"It's about what you want for yourself and what you want for all, and may not always come together, and we may use the thinking methods and listen to the world outside of our own world to change. "
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Based on the first of a series of novels by Philip Reeve, director Christian Rivers will gives a picture of the future where traveling towns will make resources available to them; which is a growing planet. Hilmar, a 29-year-old, Hester Shaw's play is a & # 39; hero.
She said that while "out" was always related to young people, it does not have to be ".
"Everyone of us is a young thing that says that this is what I want for the future, this is what I want to be, and this is the world that I want to stay & # 39 ;.
"When you see people who stand up for what they believe in welcoming it. And to persuade us to believe that we can stay in the world that we want to live. "
Both Jackson and Rivers also attended their first appearance at the Leicester Cineworld Square in London. Although Jackson said Reuters he thought that the Rivers had "made an amazing work" with the movie, the last ones have been frightened and been happy to play the # 39. ; the project.
"I was afraid to say that I should be aware of what work it was and I was scared to say that, if I said that someone else did not do it and was not good, I would scratch myself. It was a freight train, a big movie that came in and I had to & # 39; going on and going on. "
Also appearing Hugo Weaving, Mortal tools taking part in the New Zealand cinemas on December 6, over a week ahead of her. most other countries.