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Matilda Lawler (‘Station Eleven’): ‘What really matters to us when everything’s gone and that is art and love’ [Exclusive Video Interview]

Matilda Lawler (‘Station Eleven’): ‘What really matters to us when everything’s gone and that is art and love’ [Exclusive Video Interview]

“It is about what really matters to us when everything’s gone and that is art and love,” declares Matilda Lawler about the young teenager she portrays on “Station Eleven,” the HBO Max limited series set in the aftermath of a fictional catastrophic pandemic that wipes out most of civilization. For our recent webchat the wise-beyond-her-years 13 year-old actress adds, “I love that it was such a hopeful story.” Watch our exclusive video interview above.

Station Eleven” was created by Patrick Somerville, based on the 2014 fantasy novel of the same name by Emily St. John Mandel. Twenty years after a flu pandemic wipes out most of the world, a group of survivors who make their living as traveling performers encounter a violent cult led by a man whose past is unknowingly linked to a member of the troupe. While it confronts the harsh realities of what happens to humanity after a catastrophic deadly virus,

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