Kravitz’s latest film with the controversial title “Pussy Island “

 

Zo Kravitz spent five years writing a script to vent her rage at the mistreatment of women in positions of authority. Their collaboration resulted in a story about the struggle between the sexes and the repercussions of that struggle, and the author credits co-writer E.T. Feigenbaum with helping shape this narrative. 
 
Pussy Island is Kravitz’s first foray into filmmaking, and its plot centers on a young and savvy Los Angeles cocktail waitress named Frida (Naomi Ackie). She uses her wit and charm to gain entry into the inner circle of a wealthy computer tycoon named Slater King (Channing Tatum). As a result of her decision to accompany the millionaire to his private island, she will soon embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Despite the attractive people, events, and gratifications surrounding Frida, something isn’t quite right.

Having directed and co-written the film, Kravitz is adamant about her vision for the project. In a recent interview with GQ, Kravitz admitted that the title may be offensive to certain people (including marketing experts) but that she still plans to keep it. Now that Pussy Island is in post-production, GQ decided to interview some of the film’s cast to get an idea of what they thought of Kravitz’s approach to directing. Alia Shawkat remarked on the ambience that Kravitz induced on set that the atmosphere was confortable and her steady aura made everyone feel at ease with their own role.

 
Zoë Kravitz Pussy Island

Naomi Ackie, who played the lead role on Pussy Island, had a similar reaction to Kravitz directing her. They gushed about how inspiring it was to see her at her most formidable and how she permitted them to let their own imaginations run wild.

Kravitz’s upbringing may explain why she can make people feel at ease. Kravitz went on to tell GQ that her mother, Lisa Bonet, raised her as a “vegan kid who did yoga” and that when she was a teenager, she traveled across the nation to live with her famous musician father, Lenny Kravitz.

After the difficulties of directing a large cast and crew in a foreign country, Kravitz is currently assisting with post-production and editing on Pussy Island. Cast members Christian Slater (Mr. Robot), Geena Davis (Thelma and Louise), Adria Arjona (Morbius), Haley Joel Osment (The Sixth Sense), and Kyle MacLachlan (The Wrestler) join Shawkat, Ackie, and Tatum in Pussy Island (Twin Peaks).

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Kravitz’s latest film with the controversial title “Pussy Island “

 
Zo Kravitz spent five years writing a script to vent her rage at the mistreatment of women in positions of authority. Their collaboration resulted in a story about the struggle between the sexes and the repercussions of that struggle, and the author credits co-writer E.T. Feigenbaum with helping shape this narrative. 
 
Pussy Island is Kravitz's first foray into filmmaking, and its plot centers on a young and savvy Los Angeles cocktail waitress named Frida (Naomi Ackie). She uses her wit and charm to gain entry into the inner circle of a wealthy computer tycoon named Slater King (Channing Tatum). As a result of her decision to accompany the millionaire to his private island, she will soon embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Despite the attractive people, events, and gratifications surrounding Frida, something isn't quite right. Having directed and co-written the film, Kravitz is adamant about her vision for the project. In a recent interview with GQ, Kravitz admitted that the title may be offensive to certain people (including marketing experts) but that she still plans to keep it. Now that Pussy Island is in post-production, GQ decided to interview some of the film's cast to get an idea of what they thought of Kravitz's approach to directing. Alia Shawkat remarked on the ambience that Kravitz induced on set that the atmosphere was confortable and her steady aura made everyone feel at ease with their own role.
 
Zoë Kravitz Pussy Island
Naomi Ackie, who played the lead role on Pussy Island, had a similar reaction to Kravitz directing her. They gushed about how inspiring it was to see her at her most formidable and how she permitted them to let their own imaginations run wild. Kravitz's upbringing may explain why she can make people feel at ease. Kravitz went on to tell GQ that her mother, Lisa Bonet, raised her as a "vegan kid who did yoga" and that when she was a teenager, she traveled across the nation to live with her famous musician father, Lenny Kravitz. After the difficulties of directing a large cast and crew in a foreign country, Kravitz is currently assisting with post-production and editing on Pussy Island. Cast members Christian Slater (Mr. Robot), Geena Davis (Thelma and Louise), Adria Arjona (Morbius), Haley Joel Osment (The Sixth Sense), and Kyle MacLachlan (The Wrestler) join Shawkat, Ackie, and Tatum in Pussy Island (Twin Peaks).
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