字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント -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 ] ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Cheers and applause ] -That was great, man. George MacKay, everybody.