Andrew Scott “made more mistakes than anyone else” while filming 1917 despite only having one scene, director Sam Mendes has revealed.
“Andrew, in his only scene, made more mistakes than anyone else,” Mendes told the BBC, explaining that the actor was required to light a cigarette during his brief appearance in the movie.
It follows George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman as soldiers who risk their lives by crossing enemy lines.
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