Daniel Radcliffe is opening up about his controversial new film Swiss Army Man.
The 26-year-old actor explains how they pulled off the farting corpse scenes.
“Every day I got to set and we’d be thinking, ‘How the hell are we gonna do this? It’s impossible!’ And every day, we got it done,” Dan said (via Slate). “I would like to take this opportunity to say that it’s mostly me. And I’m proud to say it! I watched the first six minutes of the film and I’m so proud of how dead I f-cking look!”
As for the erection scenes, Daniel said, “One of the pieces that I had on was just a wooden—wow, I can’t believe I’m telling you this—it was like the end of a broom. It was all just like one line, and too smooth. So that was the one note that I gave, and they took it and ran with it.”
The film caused walk-outs at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.
“I know it’s not going to be everyone’s film, but the people who love it will hold it very dear to them for a long time,” Daniel said. “I see this film as being a triumph of creativity over practicality. We shouldn’t have been able to do it, but we did.”
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