According to Demi Moore, 'Songbird' is an exploration of ''what happens in our worst nightmares''.
Demi Moore's new movie is an exploration of ''what happens in our worst nightmares''.
The 57-year-old actress stars in the romantic thriller 'Songbird' alongside the likes of KJ Apa and Sofia Carson, and Demi has teased details about the new film.
She said: ''You know, it is looking at a world that has separated between those who have and have not, and the desperation and fear that can take over.''
'Songbird' tells the story of a population under lockdown as a virus creates a division between rich and poor.
Speaking about her role, Demi told The Independent: ''My character is a woman, a mother and wife, who has resorted to some black market dealing to survive.
''It's a world in which if you're immune, which my character is, you have almost a free pass to move about whereas everyone else cannot.''
Meanwhile, Demi believes the film industry has ''definitely'' become a healthier environment during her time in the business.
The Hollywood star feels like the ''blinders'' have been taken off the industry as it encourages more equality across the board.
Demi - who was married to Ashton Kutcher between 2005 and 2013 - recently said: ''We are moving in the right direction. We have more work to do but at least we are now operating with a level of awareness and consciousness that was not there. It is almost like the blinders have been taken off.
''We are operating from a new baseline and I think we are better because of it.''
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