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At first, Mortensen is so fiercely contained that you can't help but wonder if he's one of those Method fanatics who prefers to live in character.He's been reading “The Life of John Wesley Hardin.” An outlaw and a gunslinger, Hardin once shot a man for snoring — but always claimed he never killed anyone who didn't need killing. Prepping for his next major release, “Good,” which wrapped several months ago, Mortensen tried to visit all the concentration camps in Poland to better play the film's lead, a university professor who finds himself tangled up in the issue of euthanasia in Nazi Germany.

Which is not a big deal, but—." He sighs and his whole body seems to deflate as he considers the debut artists and authors he's let down.

One reason he admires “The Road” is that the child teaches the father a thing or two, particularly about compassion.

"You do learn from your kid, if you're open to it," Mortensen says.

Mortensen is justly celebrated in Hollywood for how he telegraphs both, which are reading in his face right now.

A face rendered (almost) unrecognizable with that distracting droop of a Wild West mustache, the familiar starburst cleft in his chin forested over by a neat beard.

Which is not a big deal, but—." He sighs and his whole body seems to deflate as he considers the debut artists and authors he's let down.

One reason he admires “The Road” is that the child teaches the father a thing or two, particularly about compassion.

"You do learn from your kid, if you're open to it," Mortensen says.

Mortensen is justly celebrated in Hollywood for how he telegraphs both, which are reading in his face right now.

A face rendered (almost) unrecognizable with that distracting droop of a Wild West mustache, the familiar starburst cleft in his chin forested over by a neat beard.

The Russian underworld types he found to school him in their ways finally relaxed "once they realized I wasn't going to make fun of them," he says. "We kind of worried he'd never come back and we'd never find out what happened to him, until we'd probably find him running the country eventually," says Cronenberg, who insists Mortensen "takes the best out of Method and leaves the bullshit behind." As Aragorn, a caped crusader in “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, he supposedly slept for weeks in his medieval getup.