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Photo of Rhona Mitra
Photo of Rhona Mitra

Rhona Mitra

“You have to act less, because you’re out in the open sea and you’re there and it’s alive. You’re really on a naval destroyer and everything else falls away. So everything that happens when you’re actually really outside in the open sea or you’re inside and the engine’s turning, you’re so connected to the umbilical cord of the mothership. I always say that our ship is number one on the call sheet. She’s our diva and we work around her. We adhere to what she needs in the timeframe with her relationship with the government. As a result of that, you become alive because she’s alive, if you will.”


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