Hudson Valley Llamas Used for New Netflix Project
They're ready for their close up!
Now, we humans are totally aware of how popular the Hudson Valley is. Especially when it comes to movies and TV shows filming in the area. We've been a hot spot lately for Hollywood. Mark Ruffalo and HBO just wrapped up filming "I Know This Much is True" all around the Hudson Valley.
But filming continues with new projects coming to our towns.
Last week it was reported that the Red Hook Library would be closed on select days as a new Netflix show filmed at the location.
It looks like another (or possibly the same) Netflix project is working in the area and getting a little help from some Hudson Valley llamas. Clover Brooke Farm shared photos of their llamas looking dapper and ready for their big break.
According to Clover Brooke Farm, the Netflix project is about a "the murder of a mother with a child on a small country alpaca farm."
If there's a premier event for this Netflix movie/show we hope the llamas get to walk the red carpet.
Clover Brook Farm is located in Dutchess County and is known for their llama guided tours. For more information visit their Facebook page or CloverBrookeFarm.com.