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For me my first memory of Carrie was when I was 11 years old. Very new to the film industry, never been on a film set before, but what Carrie did was just made the whole experience to me fun. It wasn’t intimidating, it wasn’t daunting in any way it was just fun. And, you know being inside the ewok costume you get very hot and I remember every time I took the head off Carrie would be there checking on I was okay. She had chocolate milk and cookies. You know, whenever she thought I needed. And she kinda became a very sort of on-set mother figure. Yeah, I just remember her humour, just making the whole experience fun. — Warwick Davis

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Netflix Acquires Sudhanshu Saria’s Indian Romance ‘Loev’
EXCLUSIVE: Netflix has picked up worldwide rights to Sudhanshu Saria’s debut feature Loev, a gay love story set against the backdrop of an road trip in India. The film, which premiered at SXSW last…
By Diana Lodderhose

Netflix has picked up worldwide rights to Sudhanshu Saria’s debut feature Loev, a gay love story set against the backdrop of an road trip in India.

The film, which premiered at SXSW last year before screening at Talinn Black Nights, Jeonju, Frameline and Inside Out, is set to receive a worldwide release on the service on May 1.