Richard Armitage on Pilgrimage, how he connects with his characters, and more

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You know, I never saw him as a villain to be honest. I saw him as a kind of carrier of war; from a modern perspective, warmongering people are considered villainous, but I think in the brutality of the period we’re talking about, he would have been hailed as a hero or a champion, because he’s pursuing his agenda. But yeah, it was an incredibly kind of metallic taste in the mouth to work at that level.

I recently did an interview with Richard Armitage, all about his new film Pilgrimage, as well as a lot of interesting stuff about his acting method. This is another very good interview, I think, I’m extremely pleased with it.

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One thought on “Richard Armitage on Pilgrimage, how he connects with his characters, and more

  1. I enjoyed watching Richard, I saw him in a New York play ”Love ,Love, love. I didn’t get the chance to get his autograph, his handlers moved him very quickly. . I am sure I will never see him again, just content with DVD North and South

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