An­drew’s ‘won­der­ful jour­ney’ for his new film

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Ac­tor An­drew Garfield (right) says for his role in Si­lence he wanted to get rid of the feel­ing of “self-glory”. In the Martin Scors­ese-di­rected film, the ac­tor plays a Catholic mis­sion­ary who, with a fel­low pri­est (Adam Driver), sets out to Ja­pan to find their miss­ing men­tor (Liam Nee­son), re­ported Fe­male First. “With Si­lence, I wanted my ego to get beaten up and get past this idea of self-glory, that lim­ited per­spec­tive on life and what’s mean­ing­ful. It was a great jour­ney to go on be­cause it’s the pul­veri­sa­tion of the ego and the crack­ing open of the small self to re­veal the deeper self in­side and to truly in­habit the world in a more ma­ture way. I hope that some of that rubbed off,” Garfield said.


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