We were blown away by the craft and intelligence that went into the entire production, and even joked that the conceit benefitted so much from the short format that it was near-impossible to imagine it as a feature. We met and became friends with Bruckner and later, when the opportunity became available to us, we fought hard to get the job and started the long process of determining exactly how and what a feature film adaptation might look like. It sets the tone, relates a single event and then scares the shit out of you with the reveal. To expand on that particular narrative would only lessen its impact. The key was to look at what made the property feel special, what made it unique.
She appeared in lead roles in school productions such as Little Shop of Horrors. Early acting credits[ edit ] Fisher made her first on-screen appearances in commercials on Australian television at the age of 9, and made her professional acting debut in , with two guest-starring roles in children's television shows Bay City and Paradise Beach. At age 18, with the help of her mother, she published two teen novels, Bewitched and Seduced by Fame;  in a interview with Sunday Mirror, Fisher admitted that had she not been successful as an actress she would probably have been a full-time writer. In a interview with The Sun-Herald , Fisher spoke of her success and experiences on the show. I know a lot of people work those sort of hours but I think we really feel it because most of us are young and fairly inexperienced [ It's like an apprenticeship but we do it in front of 20 million people so all our mistakes are up for the world to see.
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