By KRYSTA FAURIA
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Three months after having her first baby and not long after she completed “PEN15,” Anna Konkle liked the sound of filming her next project in a remote Mexican jungle. In reality, Konkle’s experience of making her new movie, “The Drop,” was anything but blissful. The poor cell reception and limited access to food and water were the least of the breastfeeding mom’s worries. By the end of the shoot, she had to have fluids administered through an intravenous line. In the end, she was glad she made the movie and appreciated its honest exploration of being a parent and the accompanying mistakes. “The Drop” drops Friday on Hulu.