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Halle Berry to make her directorial debut with ‘Bruised’ on Netflix

After her legendary career on screen, Halle Berry makes her the debut in directing a film. She is debuting with her new movie Bruised, which is a mixed martial arts drama. Let’s find out everything about Bruised.

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So the first significant thing is that bruised is coming on Netflix. Recently Halle tweeted that she is very grateful that Netflix believed in her vision. According to multi reporters, Bruce and Netflix scored a great deal. Halle Berry said that she is speechless and thanking Netflix for understanding and believing in potential.

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She also to it that she is very excited for everyone to see the film that she worked so hard. She said that nobody looked at the part the way she did. Well, Halle, you are not the only one who is excited about the film; we all are very excited to see Bruised.

According to Variety, Netflix previewed a work-in-progress cut of Bruised before it debuted and developed the film’s distribution rights for a substantial price tag of approx $20 million. Right now, Netflix and commented on anything yet, but the director has tweeted about it.

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About the film

In this film, Halle Berry plays the character of an ex-fighter who has left the MMA business. She also lost custody of a sound, and in the movie, we can see how she began with her career and want the custody of her son back.

In one of the interviews, she really didn’t set out to direct it; she was ready to actor night, but after reading the script, she was prepared to act and direct. She was also very excited to see how the film will come out.

The movie premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday; Netflix was allowed to have a look at the film beforehand. She also told in an interview that she wasn’t supposed to be the director, but the way she conveys her story to producers, they all said that you should be the one to direct the movie.

 

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