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  • -George. Welcome to our show.

  • Thank you for being here.

  • -Thank you. Thanks for having me.

  • -Congratulations.

  • "1917" won two Golden Globes over the weekend.

  • It won for Best Director and Best Film.

  • Not too shabby, buddy.

  • [ Cheers and applause ] -Yeah, thank you.

  • Thank you very much.

  • -How did it feel?

  • Did you have fun at the Golden Globes?

  • -Yeah, yeah. It was mad.

  • You know, I've obviously never been before.

  • And it was just -- It was kind of crazy.

  • You know, you're seeing all these people that you recognize,

  • that you've been growing up watching.

  • It was -- It was good.

  • -You must be getting great feedback.

  • This movie is phenomenal. -Yeah, yeah. It's been --

  • It's wonderful, like, for the team, for everyone who did it.

  • You know, it's just -- it's great.

  • You know, when you have, like -- When a job means so much to you

  • when you're doing it, when it aligns with a good reception,

  • It's a good thing, so...

  • -When Sam was accepting the Golden Globe,

  • he said that when he made this movie

  • he wanted to cast two unknowns.

  • Are you fine being called an "unknown"?

  • -Yeah, I think -- You know, I am an unknown.

  • So I've got to be okay with it.

  • -No, I think you're actually becoming known.

  • -Well, maybe -- I don't know. -Yeah. That's the last --

  • [ Cheers and applause ] That's the last of the unknown.

  • It's over. -Well, who knows?

  • -You'll never be unknown again. -From this point on.

  • -Well, tell everyone what "1917" is about basically.

  • -Well, "1917" is set in the First World War.

  • And it's the story of these two soldiers who get tasked

  • with delivering a message to stop an attack from happening.

  • And one of those soldiers, their brother is in this attack.

  • And they're heading into what they think is open ground,

  • but they're heading into, you know, what could be a massacre,

  • and it's our job to get there before they do.

  • -It is totally amazing to watch.

  • 'Cause when I walked into it, everyone's like,

  • "Oh, it looks like the whole thing is basically

  • one tracking shot," and it does look like that.

  • But I've heard like, no, it wasn't.

  • It's, like, different scenes --

  • Like, eight-minute scenes stitched together.

  • -Yeah, yeah, yeah. -How did you film this movie?

  • It was unbeliev-- It's insane.

  • -We rehearsed for six months beforehand.

  • 'Cause you've got to basically choreograph the entire film.

  • Because, you know, usually you have an edit,

  • and you can kind of, like, suss out the rhythm of a scene.

  • But the rhythm of the scene dictates the length of the set,

  • 'cause everything has got to be made to measure.

  • -Yeah. -So we rehearsed.

  • We started out on an empty field, you know,

  • six months before we started shooting.

  • -With trenches dug? -No. No trenches.

  • Literally just looking like a bunch of mad people

  • in big coats with our scripts.

  • -Are you afraid that you might mess up?

  • 'Cause if you mess up a take,

  • then everyone's got to redo the -- I mean --

  • -Yeah, we had that, as well. You know?

  • I had a few times where I was responsible for, you know --

  • You're six minutes into like a seven-minute take,

  • and the rifle falls off your shoulder.

  • Like, something really, like, kind of pithy like that.

  • -Because you have to do all these, like --

  • I mean, if you look at this --

  • There's all these explosions everywhere. I think that's you.

  • -Yeah. Yeah. -I remember that scene.

  • But what if you mess up your line when you land?

  • -Yeah. Well, I mean, you can't. [ Laughs ]

  • -You really can't. But it's just --

  • It's wild. And it's powerful. And I just --

  • I think my favorite scene, I think, is just you running

  • and just -- everyone's bumping into you.

  • -Yeah, well, that's -- that's a mistake that made it in.

  • That wasn't meant to happen. -Really?

  • -Yeah, yeah. We're doing this scene.

  • And it's, yeah, a point in the film where my character's

  • got no choice but to make this big run,

  • and this attack's happening simultaneously.

  • And, again, we'd rehearsed it for weeks,

  • and we'd rehearsed that he didn't get knocked into.

  • And then on the day, you know, you take some hits.

  • But the rule is you don't stop unless they say stop.

  • So we just -- we just -- -How do you know that?

  • This is your first big thing. Right?

  • -You just kind of trust

  • that, you know, you just got to carry on.

  • -I want to show everyone a clip of that running scene.

  • -Okay. Great. -Which was a mistake, I guess.

  • -Yeah, yeah, yeah. -I did not know.

  • -A beautiful mistake. -It really was beautiful.

  • Here's George MacKay in "1917." Take a look.

  • [ Whistle blowing ]

  • [ Explosions ]

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  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • -That was great, man. George MacKay, everybody.

-George. Welcome to our show.

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ジョージ・マッケイ、1917年の彼の最もドラマチックなシーンは間違いだったと明かす (George MacKay Reveals His Most Dramatic Scene in 1917 Was a Mistake)

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