Mira has multiple responsibilities as Actress/Exec Producer in the feature film “Arugam Bay,” which was directed by Marco Carmel that just wrapped in Sri Lanka, a country under bankruptcy. The experience she had is worth telling about. Being an Israeli/American actress, producer, author, former counterintelligence officer & a french countess from the Theraube lineage, among other titles, she collects as a renaissance woman, plays the role of Brooke, an American actress who escaped her comfortable vain lifestyle in Hollywood to explore a spiritual lifestyle in the exotic surfing oasis “Arugam Bay.”
The film tells the story of three Israeli soldiers serving in the military during the Lebanon War. One of the boys gets killed; having made a pact to surf together after their service, they convince the deceased friend’s girlfriend to join their journey. The three travel from Israel to the magical southeast coast of Sri Lanka – Arugam Bay. A well-known destination for professional surfers. The bay is a 10-hour car drive from the main airport of the largest city, Colombo. One of the soldiers, played by Maor Schwitzer, a well-known Israeli film star, started a romance with their latest friend’s girlfriend, played by another Israeli movie star – Joy Rieger. They meet Brooke, played by Mira Tzur, who portrays the social chief of the Island, who, with her spiritual lifestyle, now secretly sells psychedelic drugs to cure PTSD, among other mindfulness hardships, she believes she can heal.
The Dynamics between the Israelis and Brooke are insightful on many levels. It is a winning combination flaunted by ; extreme surfing abilities, meaningful friendship, healing, trust & travel to exotic locations that makes the plot relatable on many levels to all international audiences. Given the growing economic struggles of Sri Lanka, which have recently led the country to bankruptcy and political upheaval, filming conditions were challenging during the shoot. Not having electricity and fuel and experiencing food shortages were just some of the obstacles the cast and crew needed to overcome. They established a strong bond with some of the local people and businesses as filming on location helped bring economic prosperity to many of them. The Italian Footwear company P448 is one of the film sponsors – a sneaker brand that focuses on Sustainability to keep our environment pure. They recycle their soles, use vegan products, and mixed leathers from lionfish, and surfers especially wear their brand to support our Ocean purification.
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