Naomi Watts gives disability story wings with ‘Penguin Bloom’

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There are no penguins in “Penguin Bloom,” only a disabled magpie rescued by the Bloom family and named Penguin.
It turns out lucky, in this true story, for everyone.
For Naomi Watts’s Sam Bloom is, like the bird, severely disabled. An accident on a family vacation in Thailand has left her bitter, depressed and, unable to move or feel below her arms, confined to a wheelchair.
Then her son brings home injured “Peng” and Sam eventually finds reason to rejoin the family and the human race.
Watts, 52, had optioned the rights to the story five years ago, chose the writers, director and knew what kind of story had to be told.
“It’s a family movie. We don’t want it to be a documentary,” she said, “but at the same time you don’t want to gloss over (the pain).
“The story is much more interesting when you see Sam’s transformation take place. So there’s a sweet spot — and getting to know Sam was key.
JAN. 25, 2021: Naomi Watts as Sam Bloom in “Penguin Bloom.” Photo Cameron Bloom / Netflix
“She couldn’t have been more available, more generous. In fact, just before we started shooting, she shared with me her diaries, pages and pages of really dark thoughts for how she was managing — or not managing.
“She was actually living a private hell. It was so deeply upsetting, I sobbed and sobbed when I read these pages. My heart broke for someone who is dealing with that level of suffering and privately.
“Because she didn’t want to burden her family. She had to keep showing up as a mom when really all she wanted to do was end it.
“So we have to get to the truth of that but not get bogged down in it.
“Really, the bird was able to help her, jolt herself away from this downward spiral that she was trapped in.”
But aren’t Australian magpies scary? Known to divebomb unsuspecting humans who venture near their nest?
“Yes! I’ve actually had that happen to me. I knew going in these are not friendly birds. They’re not ‘cute.’ They’re actually aggressive.”
Yet “Penguin Bloom” scores with Sam’s friendship for Peng, played by seven magpies at different stages of growth. One scene has Peng on Sam’s head, its beak perilously close to Watts’s eye. Wasn’t she worried!
“I had those thoughts on the first day,” Watts allowed. “But once the camera starts rolling, you’ve just got to trust and luckily it was a well-trained bird.
“They’re really smart creatures. And we had a great trainer.”

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