Plot- In the movie, a young lady and her landlord, Lou, work together to find the young woman’s daughter when her estranged husband abducts her. Janney will portray the landlady, a tough-as-nails, rule-breaking woman with, among other talents, very excellent tracking ability.
Is “Lou” based on a true story?
“Lou” is a work of fiction. In Lou, Janney portrays Lou, a young woman’s landlord, and they work together to find the woman’s daughter when her father abducts her. A “hard-shelled and rule-breaking lady” with a specific set of capabilities, including outstanding tracking ability, is how Janney’s character is defined. The film pitches itself as a feminist vengeance thriller and has been compared to Thelma and Louise and Taken.
In 2019, Allison Janney was cast in the title role of Lou, which is unquestionably another part that may win her prizes. In recognition of her supporting performance in the Margot Robbie-led film I, Tonya, Janney has already won an Oscar and a Golden Globe. She has received six Emmy awards as well.
After being set up at Paramount, Netflix’s Lou was supposed to begin production in Vancouver from May to July 2020. However, Bad Robot chose to create it independently before Netflix acquired it. Netflix will now officially begin production in June 2021, and it will wind up in August of the same year, according to issue 1237 of Production Weekly. Vancouver, Canada will serve as the location for the production.