Cinema Today interview (Japan) - Daniel J Radcliffe Holland


Cinema Today interview (Japan)

A new interview appeared online: Japanese website Cinema Today released their exclusive interview with Daniel in promotion of Swiss Army Man (スイス・アーミー・マン) .

Translation by Daniel J Radcliffe Holland (part of it).  Full article here.

Q: It was a surprisingly beautiful and deep movie. After seeing the movie, I am convinced why you wanted to do this work, but it is still a corpse. Did you not hesitate at all?
I really did not hesitate. I read the script and it is very strange but wonderful, I thought it was very beautiful like you said. So, "Oh, if I play the corpse, what do you guys think?" I never thought that, I just thought "I must be part of this movie". And they (The Daniels) made a really beautiful movie. I knew that there was that potential, but when I saw the film when it was actually completed, they felt that they had used the body's joke and very beautiful and deepest stories.

Q: How did you create the role? Since it is a corpse, you should not blink, you can not stand up on your own, and you can not use facial muscles when you are speaking.
For most of the role I was thinking, what would it be like if this happened in real life? And to use the imagination. Also I sent a lot of videos to the Daniels in which I had a strange face and a strange voice. And when I went to the set and saw the dummy being made (to use as corpses), I felt "I already know what to do". Because I was not able to prepare and research much, I just switched off my power and trusted myself to the movie world.


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