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Robert Pattinson interview with Szene Hamburg

SZENE HAMBURG: A talk with Robert Pattinson
During the Berlinale we met the actor, who talked about his new movie LIFE, bad fathers, and photography as art and frost bite on fingers.

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What was it like to play a photographer under the direction of a legendary photographer like Anton Corbijn?
(laughs) Luckily I didn’t really see Dennis Stock as a photographer in the beginning. For me he was someone who wanted to be an artist but wasn’t sure if he had what it takes to be an artist. I had the feeling that the camera was a means for him to express himself.

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New/Old interview of Robert Pattinson with Kinowetter – LIFE Berlinale Press Junket

New/Old interview of Robert Pattinson with Kinowetter – LIFE Berlinale Press Junket

New/Old HQ/UHQ Pictures of Robert Pattinson from Berlinale

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New Old HQ and UHQ pictures of Robert Pattinson from Berlinale.

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Posted March 12, 2015 by ooza in Robert Pattinson

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New/Old video of Robert Pattinson inside the theater – Berlinale LIFE premiere

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*VIDEO* New interview of Robert Pattinson with Associated Press – LIFE Berlinale pres junket

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New picture of Robert Pattinson at the premiere of LIFE – Berlinale

Here’s a new great picture of Robert Pattinson at the premiere of LIFE – Berlinale

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New Robert Pattinson interview with Yahoo Singapore – Berlinale LIFE press junket

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EN Interview 1 – Ever since the Twilight films turned him into an object of mass attention, Robert Pattinson has tried to find his way clear of fan obsession and make his mark as a serious actor. Films like Cosmopolis and Bel Ami helped distance audiences from his vampire alter ego, and now, in Anton Corbijn’s Life, Pattinson gives what is arguably the best performance of his career. The 28-year-old heartthrob plays Dennis Stock, the photographer whose iconic photos of James Dean during the last months of his life have sustained the actor’s legend even more than his films.

“James Dean is very much an iconic figure to me,” Pattinson says. “He represents disaffected youth and alienation in a powerful way that still resonates with us. Those photos of Dean, like the one where he is walking in Times Square, are much more part of our image and impression of him than his films. You can feel his aura and mystique in those photos.”

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