Working on low budget film 'Moonlight' was liberating: Naomie Harris

Actress Naomie Harris felt liberated working on "Moonlight" as no one from the cast or crew was working for the money.

She says the feeling of being on set where people don’t care about the money but more about their job was amazing.

"It was fantastic, I absolutely loved it. It was so liberating because it was all about the work - nobody was there for the pay cheque, and nobody expected this movie to do as well as it has done. It was this experiment for us, we were just so passionate about telling this story," Harris said on TV show "Lorraine".

She said she filmed only 3 times for her scene during month long promotions for Spectre.

"I was aging 15 years, and it wasn't shot in sequence either so I was jumping back and forth in ages, so the world couldn't have been more different.

"I came from the glamour of Bond and then this is the lowest budget movie I have ever been a part of - it's a tiny budget, normally on a film set everybody has trailers... There was one rickety wooden make-up stall which all of us actors used to line up in the morning and wait for our turn on this stall that's how low budget it was," she said.