Naomie Harris prefers small movies

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The third movie in the action-adventure series picks up where "Dead Man's Chest" left off. Captain Jack Sparrow (Depp) is in Davy Jones's Locker, and Will Turner (Bloom), Elizabeth Swann (Knightley) and Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) set out to rescue him.
June 20th, 2011

Naomie Harris feels part of a "family" when working on small budget movies.

The 'First Grader' actress has starred in a string of blockbuster films, including 'Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End' and 'Miami Vice' but finds intimate sets more rewarding.

She said: "I'd done the big Hollywood thing and it was great, but it's such a different experience working on a big movie.

"You feel like a very small cog in a big wheel, whereas when you do a small movie, you're a small band.

"There were nine of us who went out of England to Kenya to do 'The First Grader'. So you feel really included, you feel like a family. You feel you can contribute to the script. In all areas, you're hands on.

"It's just a different experience. It's just more rewarding. More creative."

Naomi - who is rumoured for a leading role in the forthcoming James Bond film - loves working with different actors and crews on her various projects because she enjoys getting to make new friends.

She explained: "I love doing a film with a new bunch of people. I love going away and not knowing anybody and, by the end of it, having 15 really good friends."