You've probably heard by now that Halle Berry is in Montreal to film her new movie, Moonfall. You may be thinking, "Wow! That's so cool!" But you're also probably thinking, "How was she able to cross the border?"\nThe process that Berry personally underwent to enter the country is unclear and the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) would not comment on specific cases.\nHowever, it did share the more general requirements for foreign nationals coming to Canada from the U.S. for employment purposes, like filming a movie.\nEditor's Choice: Halloween Is Officially Allowed In Quebec... But Really Only For Children\n\n\n“\n\n\nContinued vigilance and enforcement of restrictions at the border is critical to protect Canadians.\n\n\nRebecca Purdy, Senior Spokesperson, Canada Border Services Agency\n\n\n\nOrder in Council 2020-0795 outlines restrictions and protocols for these foreign nationals who are not family members of citizens or permanent residents of Canada.\nWhile CBSA spokesperson Rebecca Purdy made clear that "all travel of an optional or discretionary nature" is currently banned, she said that "seeking entry for the purpose of employment may be considered as non-discretionary."\nIt's up to the foreign national to provide documentation to "demonstrate and substantiate why they need to be in Canada to carry out the employment activity."\nAnyone attempting to enter the country is also asked if they are feeling sick.\nDecisions about entry "are made on a case-by-case basis and are informed by the individual circumstances of each traveller," Purdy said.\nOnce a traveller is in Canada, of course, they must enter a 14-day quarantine.\n View this post on Instagram hello Montréal. 🇨🇦 (📸 yours truly) A post shared by Halle Berry (@halleberry) on Oct 13, 2020 at 10:15am PDT\n\nBerry indicated in an Instagram post that she's currently completing that requirement and trying to live her "best life" while stuck indoors\nStars: They're just like us!