recently spoke to Denise Gough and The falcon and the winter soldier Star Sebastian Stan. Both stars play leading roles in Argyris Papadimitropoulos’ romantic drama Monday, which is now available in select cinemas and video-on-demand. During our conversation, the duo went into detail about how they unconventionally prepared for the film and that their rehearsal was just hanging out together.

“We both come from some kind of rehearsal and some kind of time breaking down scenes, and you know your typical acting stuff.” explained Stan. “Then I feel like when we get there, Argyris is taking a break instead to just keep going to those dinners and we say, ‘When do we rehearse? ‘And he’d say, “Ah, tomorrow,” and then we’d be at another dinner. I think we both realized that this was the rehearsal. “

Gough explained that the two stars went on a road trip together, which helped them improve their chemistry.

“We went on a road trip after meeting for two nights.” revealed Gough. “We got into a car with four people we hadn’t met a few weeks ago. I was there a week longer than Sebastian. So I had a little more time, but got in a car for four hours and drove to the producers [villa] that he owns or something. I was there for three days and now I look back and I think I think you said it Sebastian where it was like, “Oh, that was the job.” It was really smart the way he went on, “Yeah. Do not worry. We do that. ‘Because I thought we were going to sit down and do the scenes. Then because I was doing an improvisation film before I said, “Oh, I see. It’s not like we’re just hanging out, but there’s something deeper going on. Which meant that when we started out we started out as a couple who’d hung out, didn’t know each other very well, but it helped with what we then had to do together. “

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Stan credits the road trip and the time together before filming in order to strengthen the bond not only between the actors but also with the director.

“It got us so close to Argyris which is why we were so sad at the end of the film.” Said Stan. “The way they shot there is important to everyone involved, from hair and make-up to the crew and lighting. As if they all know each other. They all spend time together while they make it, and then everyone was sad when it was over. “

Gough was devastated when filming was completed.

It was the first time that I did something like this. As if I had never acted in a movie before. When I ended up leaving I just thought we should all live together in one big house in Greece. I started to learn the language. I said, “I’m a Greek now.” Everything. That’s it. Law? We all found each other. It’s perfect. So I was kind of spat back into my life and said, “What was that?”

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