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Fake blood entered the eye, despite the terrible burning sensation, the actress said – ‘Keep shooting’, and then… Hollywood actress Sydney Sweeney got fake blood in her eye while filming immaculate | . News

Fake blood enters Sydney Sweeney’s eye

Actually, during the shooting of the film, Sidney Sweeney got fake blood in his eye. When blood got into his eyes he started having a terrible burning sensation. But due to it being the last scene, stopping the shooting could have been problematic for the film. Meanwhile, in a painful voice, actress Sydney Sweeney gave the command to continue the shooting and completed the shoot.

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Revealed in interview

Sydney Sweeney plays ‘Sister Cecilia’ in her new horror film Immaculate, which recently premiered at SXSW. In an interview, the movie’s director Michael Mohan told that in the last shoot of the film, Sydney got fake blood in one eye, but she continued shooting due to her dedication to get the right shot. Despite being in a lot of pain, she said ‘keep shooting’ and agreed to take the shot.

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The director said in the interview, “We wanted to do everything realistically. The biggest challenge was on the last take. Sydney got blood in her eye, fake blood, and it was stinging her, but we could not succeed in the take. Found it, and she was really in a lot of pain. But she’s my boss, and she was like, ‘Keep shooting, Mike. Keep shooting until you get it.’ We didn’t reset or anything. We kept the camera rolling, and I think it was the third take where we finally got the right take. But there was pain in her voice because she got fake blood in her eye.”

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