Throughout the film, Lusha's dialogue was in a specific Albanian dialect.
In the film, Lusha plays a catholic nun who falls in love with a Muslim rebel.
Lusha starred in movies comprising a variety of genres, including Cherry Bomb (2004), My Father's Eulogy (2007), Muertas (2007), Time of the Comet (2008), Ballad of Broken Angels (2009), Kill Katie Malone (2010), Dragonfyre (2013), The Architect (2014), Of Silence (2014), Fatal Instinct (2014), and Branded (2016). Alli was a colonel in the army during World War 2, and chief of laboratories for the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.
In 2010, Lusha wrote Boopity Boop Writers Her First Poem.
Lusha chose poetry as the subject matter for her children's book because, "While some mothers sing lullabies to their children, my mother read me poetry," she said.
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While residing in her hometown, Lusha's first theatrical role was a nonspeaking, background character in her school's production of Up and Away.
Upon entering the drama department, Lusha then portrayed the role of Cinderella in the play, The Last Dress Rehearsal and Belle in Beauty and the Beast.
Lusha portrayed the role of the sword-wielding, vampire in disguise, Sharon in the Sony Pictures remake of the cult classic Blood: The Last Vampire alongside Jun Ji-hyun.
The film was co-produced by French company Pathé and Hong Kong company Edko, the production company behind Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.
“And to this day, I associate my strongest and most insistent feelings with words lyrically organized on a page.” In an interview, Lusha revealed that she completed her novel, The Besa, in one month, writing from 6am until 8pm every day while forgetting to eat.