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loved her friends. This is one of the projects that I'm the most excited having filmed and been a part of because all of us on set. We all put so much hard work and ef for t por traying these people, bringing them back to life, and telling a stor y. It was true to the stor y, but at the same time, it didn't sensationalize any of the traumas and the horrors that took place. In telling stories like this, it's impor tant not to dwell on the trauma but show the relationships of the people in the home, which is what we did," she says. "Ever yone knows what happened, and that wasn't the main focus of the film. It is more of a stor y about friendship and sur vival." For Lydia, the entire film was an incredible experience and "emotionally exhausting in the most magical way," she says. "I think audiences will be surprised, in a good way, with how this film ends." Lydia plans to continue working on her acting career. While the actress keeps herself busy on set, she does try to take breathers, celebrate every accomplishment, and appreciate the moment. When Lydia is not working, she is at home with hubby Chris Hardwick, the host of Talking Dead. "He is amazing, I'm very fortunate to have found someone who understands and supports me and my career." ML For more on Lydia, visit and follow her on Instagram and Twitter: @LydiaHearst and on Facebook:

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