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What did you do for this one? Of course, there was the physical preparation, which required me to start boxing. I had to gain weight again, and I had to grow a belly. So, for a couple of months, I was boxing everyday, doing MMA training and doing some weightlifting. After that, I worked a lot with Jacques. We explored scenes, improvised and got to know each other. Did you guys talk a lot about the characters, or did he just give you the broad strokes and let you run with it?
Was there a lot of improvisation on set?
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Everything was scripted and of course once in a while things happen, so you just go with it. But improvisation is certainly not a method on set. It takes a lot of preparation to do it.
Well, those fights looked brutal. But what I really love about your work--in this and Bullhead--is how you bring an inherent gentleness to such tough characters.
Is that the key to approaching tough guys — going against the grain? Being human is being a lot of things at the same time. How was it working with the actor who plays your son. They say it can be hard to work with children, but you guys had great chemistry.
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He was a very particular kid and pretty young, so we rehearsed a lot with the kid. We worked quite a lot up front.
All of sudden, this kid really opened up and somehow got attached to me, and I got attached to him. From there on, it became a very natural thing.
That looked pretty natural, too. It was that same natural connection that happened on set. We had something very genuine going on. We really had a ball. It was not an easy film to make for many reasons, but we enjoyed every second.
So, what was the hardest part of making the film? Do you do that at all—go back to a catalog of past loves and use it for a role? Somehow on a subconscious level or sometimes on a conscious level, of course you go back to experiences you have had and sometimes they might help you a little or not.
So, do you ever go back to past bar fights and use those for inspiration? I know about sex. Schoenaerts has a brother, Bruno, a lawyer, who is older by 23 years.
Julien was a hugely popular actor in Belgium, famous for his film roles and mesmeric stage performances, not least a two-hour monologue, The Apology of Socrates, which he performed more than 2, times. Matthias and his mother took legal action against the book, winning a judgment that it should be labelled as containing numerous factual inaccuracies.
Rather than bowing to the judgment, Lauryssens withdrew the book altogether. The young Matthias would sometimes watch his father on set and on stage. At the age of 12 he acted alongside him in Daens, which was nominated for an Academy Award for best foreign language film. In fact, he rebelled against it. He enrolled at film school, but was expelled for poor attendance.
Rex Features Julien Schoenaerts was unable to see the success that his son achieved. He died in We were on a different page, which was, I think, way more important. To some extent, yeah. Do you feel good?
Do you feel like your energy can flow? Does it bring you happiness? For Schoenaerts, the phrase seems to act like a lit match on blue touchpaper. The same goes for acting. Everything else is boring. Schoenaerts bangs the table in excitement. He has worked with actors, he says, who plot their every word and gesture in a notebook before they even get in front of a camera. Listen to your partner.
I worked with one director who told me how to say a sentence before I even got to the scene. What kind of bullshit is that?
Rex Features He raises his eyes to the heavens. If Barcelona make this wonderful goal after 50 passes, to some extent they train hard to be able to do that. But when they do it in that specific moment, that moment is unique and totally magical.
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And I really love that. On paper Rust and Bone must qualify as the one of the most improbable pitches in the history of film: Schoenaerts says he might have thought exactly the same thing had it been any director other than Audiard. From this unlikely premise, Audiard conjures a love story of extraordinary redemptive tenderness.
So, OK, how can we get this person to a point where he very sincerely realises he loves someone, and expresses it verbally, and we believe it? Most characters in a film, emotionally they go from zero to