“Nanny” had its world premiere almost a year ago at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival, where it won the Grand Jury Prize, becoming the first horror movie to win the award. The film made its way through several other festivals before coming to theaters last month and is now available to stream on Prime Video. The film’s lead actress, Anna Diop, was kind enough to spend some time talking about her performance in the movie as an undocumented Senegalese immigrant who becomes a nanny in New York City but with a dark past that continues to haunt her. She also discusses what it was like working with director Nikyatu Jusu, what she has coming up next in her career, and more. Please take a listen below and enjoy. Thank you!
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