Daniel Radcliffe hits up the red carpet at the 2012 Whistler Film Festival on Saturday afternoon (December 1) in British Colombia, Canada.
The 23-year-old actor took some time out of filming Horns for a Q&A session at the annual festival.
“It’s also one of the most beautiful love stories I’ve ever read,” Daniel shared of the film. “It’s very violent, and really funny, and it’s great. People are so keen to put a film into a genre — that’s the easiest way to market it. And I’m sure when Horns is coming out, you’ll see it marked as a horror, or whatever it is. But it’s so many things. And the harder a film is to define, the better it probably is.”
Daniel also added of A Young Doctor’s Handbook, “I think it’s probably the only TV series set in Russia in 1917 that features nothing about the Russian Revolution. At one point I get a letter from my friend telling me about these amazing, exciting moments of political change, and [my character is] just stuck in these backwoods. It’s basically a comedy about isolation and loneliness, and morphine and syphilis.”
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