swarm Star Dominique Fishback was deeply affected by some of the “disturbing” scenes in the Prime Video series.
Fishback plays the show’s main character, Dre – a huge fan of a Beyoncé-esque pop star named Ni’Jah, who ends up going on a murderous rampage over her favorite musician.
In a new interview with Hollywood ReporterIn fact, Fishback explained that she insisted on having a therapist on set, “not just for me, but for the other actors who could be turned on, and also for the crew.”
the Judas and the Black Christ The actor was asked if there were any scenes, which were particularly heartwarming about the movie.
*Warning – spoilers await swarm*
“Episode VII was very upsetting for me,” she replied. Specifically, the scene in which Dre kills her friend Rashida [portrayed by Kiersey Clemons]. Why? Well, for one, Dre loved it. Dre didn’t like those other people she killed.
She continued, “And the killing was more intimate, she literally killed her with her bare hands. With other killings, there was something between them, but not with Rashida. And her killing was the only one you could see Dre feel remorse or emotion for.”
After filming the scene, Fishback said she “couldn’t stay awake” because she was “exhausted emotionally and mentally”.
“He was the therapist that day. I definitely cried after that scene, and I took some time to talk to her.”
swarm It was co-created by Donald Gopher (aka Childish Gambino) and it received a lot of buzz for its ensemble cast, including Paris Jackson and Billie Eilish in her first acting role.
Rory Culkin, brother of McCauley and Kieran, also makes a cameo from NSFW.
swarm Currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
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