Sir Michael Caine is happy not to have to interact with intimacy coordinators.
In a new interview with The Guardian, the 90-year-old veteran questioned the necessity of the role on set dedicated to ensuring the safety and comfort of actors during intimate scenes. daily mail.
When asked for his thoughts on intimacy coordinators, Caine replied: “Really? Seriously? What are they? We’ve never had anything like this in my time.”
Legendary British actor whose breakthrough role was in 1964 ZuluHe continued: “Thank God I’m 90 and I don’t play lovers anymore.”
“In my day, you would just shoot the love scene and go about it without anyone interfering,” he continued. “Everything has changed.”
Caine speaking with an exit next to him. Big Smuggler Fellow actor Sir John Standing also discussed political correctness.
Asked if the children or grandchildren of the great players try to keep them up to date on terminology, Standing, 89, said: “They do. Always. And I’m trying to do the best I can.”
“So do I,” Caine said. daily mail. “But it’s so boring not being able to say what’s on your mind and not being able to call anyone ‘darling’.”
“I’m constantly told that I can’t say this or that because it’s inappropriate,” Standing continued.
“And I still call everyone ‘darling,'” she added, and Caine agreed: “Oh, yeah.”
V for Vendetta The actor said that learning to speak in a politically correct way was “like learning a new language” and that he and Caine were “trying to do the best we could.”
“I’m trying, but it’s hard,” Caine added, noting that he likes to learn not only from family members, but also from his “friends who are younger than me.”
Standing echoed his co-star, saying: “I love being around young people. The secret to old age is mingling with people much younger than you, which is why I love spending time with my 9-year-old grandson, who makes me watch him play Minecraft for hours and gets angry when I call it “Wizarding.” ‘ mistakenly.”
“Yes,” Caine agreed. “Because as you get older you inevitably think about dying, but when you have grandchildren your focus changes. “You think about them.”
He continued, “You want to keep living because they are a part of you and you want to live forever and see what they do with their lives. You just want to keep going.”
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Inspired by a true story, actors upcoming movie Big Smuggler Caine plays Bernard Jordan, who in 2014 “makes a ‘great escape’ from his nursing home to meet fellow war veterans on a beach in Normandy to commemorate his fallen comrades on the 70th anniversary of the D-Day Landings.” a summary.
According to Caine, the film may be his last.
“I’m 90 now and I can’t walk properly or anything,” Caine said. Telegram earlier than this month. “I’m considered retired now.”
The Oscar-winning actor also told the outlet that he was drawn back to the big screen by the film’s main character in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I was very happy to do it,” Caine said. “I loved the character of Bernie. “I thought it was incredible and it was beautifully written.”
He continued: “I hadn’t painted in three years because of COVID or something, and I thought I was done. And suddenly I did it and had a great time.