BERLIN, Istanbul, London, Milan, New York, Adelaide. Clive Owen has seen them all over the past year, some for long enough to unpack and have his family visit, others flashing by like so many sped-up frames in a scene from the life of a successful actor.
Sometimes, such as when he was making German director Tom Tykwers’s thriller The International, he has to hit the ground running, ready to slot into major set pieces that big production teams had worked for months to organise.
“It takes real discipline to keep energising, keep on top all the time,” 44-year-old Owen says in a brief lay-over, this time in Los Angeles.
“You have to remember there’s no luxury of, like, a week to acclimatise.” [Read more…] about World at his feet, Clive Interviews