Friday, April 4, 2014

Flaunt Magazine 2008 - article by Elliot David, photo Sam Bassett

In the interview Eddie Redmayne talks about learning from his co-stars, about how Jonathan Price tought him the appreciation and dedication to a writer's words when he did "the Goat" in theatre. He talks about the problems of how actors "translate" the script in films and about his roles. "...I just want to continue doing good work, work that I admire."
The journalist describes what he thinks about Eddie's 'Tudor-era born soul' and about the complexity of his roles.
"...Redmayne brings an integrity, depth, and intensity to acting that like a last-minute execution pardon, anyone will appreciate, no matter how or why it arrived." The full article is in the scans below.

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