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‘Bad Behavior’: Jennifer Connelly & Ben Whishaw To Star In Alice Englert’s Directorial Debut

Alice Englert, daughter of director Jane Campion, has steadily built a reputation as an actress over the past ten years with “Ginger & Rosa,” “Top Of The Lake,” and elsewhere. And now she’ll try her hand at directing with her feature debut, “Bad Behavior.” READ MORE: ‘This Is Going To Hurt’: Ben Whishaw Leads A New Medical Dramedy On AMC+ Deadline reports that Englert will write, star in, and direct the new film, set to begin production in New Zealand soon.

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