What did you find the most challenging aspect of working on this film? Ninjababy — both the film and the eponymous character — is messy, uncouth, utterly charming and impossible not to love.
What attracted you to this script? The title character and the ubiquitousness of this extra layer of animation, in an otherwise live-action film, are tasteful additions that create a convivial mood without undermining the seriousness of the subject matter.
What has the reaction been to the film? What attracted you to this script? The way Ninjababy irreverently goads her, knowing exactly how to hit a nerve and annihilate her emotionally, is as fearless as it is groundbreaking.
I grew up with Jesus as the ultimate role model and my interpretation of this as a child was that I had to live up to a really high standard in order to be loved by God.
A niche indie project about a young woman grappling with an unwanted pregnancy, it revolves around Rakel played by Kujath Thorp talking to and even arguing with her growing foetus, which is animated over the live-action footage, as she realizes that she is not ready for a baby.