Ryan Gosling talks about Driver

Saturday, December 31st, 2011 2:45:07 by

Ryan Gosling talks about Driver

Hailed at Cannes, where the director Nicolas Winding Ref won the Palme d’Or, the new film by Ryan Gosling is the latest rough diamond of the Billboard 2011. A dark thriller author presents the unsettling presence of Driver , a stuntman driver by day and
night driver for leaks.

A job that also recalls the award-winning "Half Nelson" and that brings us back to one of the best actors of the last batch. "I love the way this film is shot, dry and almost without dialogue. I am one of those actors who think that the less script, the
better. The public is smart and cover leading to the first, no need to explain everything. Sometimes without saying much, Hollywood should take note. Also, in my previous film, "Blue Valentine", he kept talking and getting tired of my voice "he says.

Gosling, who will soon release "The Ides of March" with George Clooney (for which he won a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a Drama), defines "Drive" as "an invitation than the archetypal world of the stories in modern fable as violent as a cross
between superhero movies and Ken Loach. " Deeply rooted in the street and the DNA of Los Angeles, "Drive" makes up a modern mythology of the Californian city to make it a great and happy country where "the conductor is a gentleman and Irene (Carey Mulligan)
is the princess that needs to be rescued. We also have the villain (Albert Brooks), and even the dragon (Ron Perlman). No lack of anything, "he jokes.


The actor, who gave his first solid step a decade ago with "The Believer" and followed with films like "The Notebook," "Fracture," "Lars and the Real Girl" and "Crazy, stupid, love "(second option for the 2011 Golden Globes, this time as a comic actor) does
not fall off the rings to recognize the film that changed his life as a child," was "cornered". I had no doubt that most, wanted to be Rambo. The day after seeing him on TV, I went to school with a belt full of kitchen knife plunged into my classmates at recess.
Thank God I did not give any, but I drove and, at home, my parents tied me up short and left me alone biblical movies and episodes of "National Geographic" ‘he recalls. Wise decision, of course.

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