How a Rastafarian village gave Hollywood Peter Pan

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Wendy director Benh Zeitlin went a long way to obtain his Peter Pan – initially-time actor Yashua Mack

A crater-pocked road major to a cluster of basic plywood homes ringed with vegetable fields may possibly appear to be unlikely territory to obtain a Hollywood motion picture star.

But when New York director Benh Zeitlin was on the hunt for a youngster to engage in a wild-eyed Peter Pan in his new motion picture, Wendy, this very small Rastafarian village in Antigua is the place his search bore fruit.

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