Harry Styles Makes Us Swoon at 'Dunkirk' Photo Call

Postado Julho 17, 2017

"The first surprising thing was the scale of the production".

Irish actor Murphy has enjoyed each project so much that he'd leap at the chance to reteam with Nolan once again in the future, explaining to the Press Association, "It's a privilege and you can never sort of predict what sort of film he's going to make next or what is going to happen, but if he makes the call I will happily jump in".

Speaking about the current political climate, with increasingly strained global relations and creeping nationalism and isolationism, Harry remained positive: "It's easy to see it that way but I think you can focus on either side". If you choose to focus simply on the negative then obviously it appears much more that way. In terms of first-day memories, we finished one shot and he said, "congrats on your first close-up". "While you're down there filming and acting out the scene, you're also thinking, "I can not breathe for much longer than this" which obviously helps the situation", he said. "But a lot of things happened to get to those places, so I think focusing on a very important set of events in history and telling that part of the story is really important". Harry Styles admits he was left "numb" at the end of shooting "Dunkirk", during which he injured his wrist and had things fall on his head. This week's edition also features Kenneth Branagh and newcomer Fionn Whitehead.