Actor Alicia Vikander, who has helped produce the upcoming indie project, "Euphoria", through her eponymous production company Vikarious Productions, says it is tough to make independent movies.
The 28-year-old actor also features in the movie and though the star was excited to work with director Lisa Langseth on the creative side of the production, she found the movie making process to be difficult, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"I was part of putting the team together and finding the finance, and we worked again with B-Reel Films. (We) found a way of finding both European funding and private equities to get our budgets, and worked together to finding everything from the set to the crew to the actors, and support Lisa as much as we could with her work leading up to starting filming.
"As with this film, it's hard to make independent films. A lot of things need to come together, and I've only opened this box," says Vikander.
But "The Light Between Two Oceans" star is still keen to make more movies. She says she is "working hard" and reading more texts to find her next project.
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