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Jeremy Irons was interviewed by Nava Aniko at Korda Studios in Etyek, Hungary, recently. The 40-minute interview will be broadcast on Hungarian TV on 22 December at 20:10.
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In the interview, Jeremy not only spoke about movies and Hollywood, but about his worldview. He does not consider himself a politician and he does not believe in the death penalty. Jeremy also tells his view of how Budapest has changed over the years.
Also in the interview:
- he’s not into politics, and doesn’t believe in any kind of ‘-ism’
- he doesn’t attend services at the Anglican church – “my wife and kids are Catholics”
- Doesn’t believe in death penalty – “because it doesn’t stop criminality”
- why he believes in love – “God is love, and it means to me that love is the answer for everything”
- what he thinks about power, money and fame – “it means more people know me than how many I know”
- what’s his advice to his son Max – “go until you find what makes you happy”
The British actor starred in Istvan Szabo’s Being Julia in 2004, which was filmed partly in Budapest.
Irons conducts the conversation in Hungarian as well, announcing in the interview Merry Christmas greetings to all in Hungarian.
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Jeremy and The Borgias get mentioned in the April 11, 2011 issue of People Magazine.
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