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Andrew Garfield’s Comments On Martin Scorsese Will Delight The Director’s Fans

  Andrew Garfield recently returned as Spider-Man in Spider-Man: No Coming Home work with Martin Scorsese in The silence2016 film and adaptation of the novel by Shūsaku Endō where he plays the role of Jesuit …

 

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Andrew Garfield recently returned as Spider-Man in Spider-Man: No Coming Home work with Martin Scorsese in The silence2016 film and adaptation of the novel by Shūsaku Endō where he plays the role of Jesuit father Sebastião Rodrigues sharing the stage with Adam Driver, Liam Neeson and Ciarán Hinds.

Speaking to Marc Maron at the WTF Podcast, Garfield spoke again about his experience with Scorsese, the pressures of working on this film with a top master and all the emotions he felt when meeting the great author, whose highly anticipated upcoming movie is The Moonflower Slayers (post-production as always freak of Scorsese’s films will lead him to see the light only in 2023).

“You approach an experience like this with everything you would expect: total excitement, trepidation, pinching yourself to check that it’s all true, and total awareness that you are joining this small group of people who have had the honor to work with the master of American cinema”Garfield started on the subject.

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The concrete meeting with the director, however, revealed a person far from any aura of sacredness, with whom Garfield found himself very well, also experiencing the lightness of the points of contact:He’s just a funny guy. He’s a funny guy who has a huge film culture and knows a lot about history and culture. He’s the most Jewish Italian-American I’ve ever met. It’s almost disarming in its banality made of extraordinary“.

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