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Australian-born Clare has acted in The Eye of the Storm, Goddess, Love is Now and the television series Spartacus and Mc Leod's Daughters.
The couple's main priority is raising their 2-year-old son Darcy - the famous baby bump in Sunday.
Keenan said she hoped to develop her writing skills. It's important to have more female writers and directors.
We shouldn't just leave it up to men to tell the stories because women make up half the population.
His global fame occurred when he starred as Gannicus, the champion gladiator of the House of Batiatus, in Spartacus: Gods of the Arena.
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Afterwards, Keenan combined the scenes to create "one voice". Then before I knew it, we were in Christchurch shooting.
It was really the passion for it that got us through.
Clare pitched the idea about a separated couple raising a baby in post-earthquake Christchurch to an apprehensive Keenan when she became pregnant in 2011. "I was a bit apprehensive shooting in Christchurch during all the aftershocks, but the story drew me in and I got to work with Dustin again." They contacted Melbourne-based New Zealand first-time director Michelle Joy Lloyd and her husband, the film's director of photography, who came on board as producers.
From there it was a race against time to write the script and start filming before the baby was born, Keenan said. Instead of a year working on the script, we had six weeks." The script was divided into scenes that were workshopped and written separately by Keenan, Clare and the director.