34-year-old actor Andrew Garfield continues to talk about sexual minorities and homosexuality. This time he spoke about his sexuality in an interview with journalist LGBT publication.
“I was always sexually attracted to only women. My position in life is to capitulate to the secret, in order not to be responsible. I think most people try to control themselves and their experiences and therefore put up walls around yourself. I’m open to any impulses, which at any time I appear. Before I die I want to try everything,” he said.
The orientation of the actor in the network, talks for the first time. Despite the fact that Garfield had an affair with Emma stone, his sexuality is still questioned. Oil poured into the fire, his role in the play by American playwright Tony Kushner’s “Angels in America” (Angels in America), in which he played a gay man. In an interview Garfield said bluntly that he was “homosexual”, however, noting that physical contact with men.
Then, the actor justified his words, saying that he was just fully immersed in the role: “of Course I meant does not. I just wanted to say that he gave himself up to the work,” he said.
This is not the first time the actor from the inside out accustomed to the role. On 30th November last year in rolling out the film “Breathe for us”, where the actor Andrew Garfield played the main character. Garfield had to experience a new role, because he played a character with a terrible diagnosis of “polio” is not paralyzed, his hero is only a person. The actor had to abandon the movements of the body and play one person, and in some moments and not breathing. What other tests the actor had to pass Andrew on the set of the film, he said in an interview with Hello!
“In fact, the hardest part was to breathe. Palsy Robin could only do it with a special device, with intervals, and I had to learn to do this as well. Of course, it was hard. But this is a job for which I get paid,” said the smiling actor. “And in the case of this film, in addition to the salary I got invaluable experience, which quickly lowers from heavens on the earth.»
It turned out, the actor wasn’t so hard to get into character, because he perfectly understood the feelings of his character. In childhood he was diagnosed with Coxsackie virus, which he could be paralyzed. But it happens rarely and they are very lucky. “I remember I once watched a documentary about people with disabilities who play wheelchair basketball, and then one of the characters turned to the camera and said, “I was diagnosed with Coxsackie”. After that I think I even cried. Suddenly realized that my life could have turned out quite differently. And “Breathe for us” once again reminded me about it.”recalls Andrew.