The Australian actress, who is in town filming her new movie 2:22 and tonight will attend the David Jones Autumn Winter collection show, said she could turn on the more emotional parts of herself more easily since giving birth to son Bodhi last February.
“I have such a greater emotional depth now I’m a mum,” she said. “I’ve been exposed to the true feelings of love and what that means to care so deeply for another human being so that’s one thing that’s essential for this movie that I can tap into. It’s been a beautiful emotional shift becoming a mamma.”
The 28-year-old has been busy in the past six months, shooting a reboot of ’90s surf film Point Break and releasing her film The Ever After with husband Mark Webber which was independently released by the couple.
This week Webber took to Instagram to address the use of the term ‘’independent film’’. “When do we stop calling films financed by FOX independent? I made a film about marriage & love with my wife @tez_palmer, that’s truly independent … Have you watched the trailer yet?” he wrote on Monday.
Palmer agreed with Webber’s remarks. “For us it’s beautiful that it’s a pure expression of our art and our story and what we want to put out there so I love that it cuts out the middle man and is a true representation of us.”