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In the past, a future timeline of the project stated construction and further study will take up to 48 months. which is the epicenter of wellness culture in Los Angeles crowded with surfers and yogis smiling beatifically on a sunlit patio But its not just the environmentout of Garfield pours the easy charm of someone whos done powerful soul-searching and found enlightenment Its an infectious energy Its also probably not a surprise given that the actor 33 stars in two back-to-back films this winter in each of which he plays men spurred by faith to do the unimaginable First theres Mel Gibsons Hacksaw Ridge (out Nov 4) in which Garfield gives an awards-worthy performance as conscientious objector Desmond Doss a Seventh-Day Adventist who served as a medic during World War II in the gruesome Battle of Okinawa though he refused to carry a weapon The film makes Doss heroism feel intimate and deeply personal; the films violence is harrowing but its anchored by Garfields sensitive humane performance Then on Dec 23 he stars in Martin Scorseses Silence in which he plays a 17th-century Jesuit priest who travels to Japan to minister to outlawed Christians These projects have led Garfield on a journey of spiritual discovery and self-interrogation; reflecting on his recent work he is philosophical but not at all self-serious We talked about God Mel Gibson and the presidential election TIME: What drew you to the character of Desmond Doss Andrew Garfield: First it was beautifully written The character was so compellingit was one of those stories that rang a bell inside me Im pretty good at saying no to things at discerning between what Im supposed to do and what Im not supposed to do With this one I felt compelled enough that I knew my drive to do it would supersede any doubt I had about myself being able to do it If the longing to do it goes beyond my self-doubt then Im in The film puts spirituality front and centerits so explicitly about faith Were you surprised to see how that theme crystallized in the finished film It was definitely in the script I sat with Mel and talked at length about it and my only concern was: I don’t want to do this film if the message is “Christianity is the only way” And he agreed It was vital to me that we communicated that Desmond’s faith was deeper than any dogma deeper than any set of man-made rules but that he was in touch with a deep knowing in his bones as opposed to any ideology He was in line with that and I felt totally reassured that we could make the same movie together One of the main reasons I was drawn to doing it and to playing him was his awareness of his own ego and humanity but his faith was the strongest part of him He was empty enough to be in touch with spirit to be in touch with his own deep inner-self to be in touch with Godinsert whatever word you personally feel closest to here For me every day its a different word God true self deep self spirit soul cosmos community whatever What was it like during production working with Mel Hes incredibly instinctive and emotionalall blood and guts nerve endings viscera and muscle Simultaneously hes got a tremendous intellect Hes very integrated Even if we had a plan for the day it would become null and void because he was so awake and open to what the moment needed There was one morning where Vince Vaughn Mel and myself went into my trailer and wrote an entire scene That kind of confidence in his own visionits all feeling But hes an incredible leader on set in the sense that he makes everyone know their worth I never felt judged I never felt like we were on opposing teams I never felt like I was disappointing him even if I wasnt finding the scene I always felt like he loved me It was this weird good fathering energy Was it a transformative experience to disappear into this roleto wear the skin of a character like this Its more attempting to wear the organsthe stomach the gut the heart the history and the psychological makeupthe skin is the easier part in a way The beauty of an artistas you know being a writeris that were all the same Were all one thing and were all just enacting different aspects of ourselves all the time I am Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton and you and Desmond and myself We are all made up of the same shit and the same gold It was tricky playing Desmond because he was so in touch with his gold and his shit I would long to be back into his skin every day because he was so much clearer about what he was being called to do than I was I was learning so much about myself through attempting to inhabit the him in myself I love the idea that every part you play is a part of you I think thats beautiful Is there something that feels particularly timely about this story about someone who crosses boundaries at a moment when the world was very divided as it is now I dont know whether I was consciously aware then when I felt immediately drawn to the project but I think when that happenswhen you get pulled toward somethingit means theres something urgent happening As you say were in an incredibly divided time for political reasons for economic reasons for power-mongering reasons Its much easier to gain control over a mass population when you pit them against each other Theres a tremendous healing that needs to happen in our culture Were an incredibly egocentric cultureIm fallible within it and comfortable within it as well But I was so soothed spending time with Desmond because he managed to transcend or get underneath the pervading cultural attitudes through his faith and become a symbol of "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you"; of "I will sacrifice myself for my brother" The fact that he was able to say in the face of men with guns with the innocence of a child: "I cant do that" Theres a part of me that wants to do that just to shut you up to be accepted and loved by you and to make you like me But to suffer you not liking me you not understanding meto listen to this deeper thing Im pretty sure thats God speaking to me whatever I understand God to be Sorry I keep repeating that Its an important distinction because I think God is a dirty word to some people I want to be clear for me personally its a word Im using only to express some higher power Your next film Silence is also about faithyou play a priest What sort of work did you do to research the role I was prepping for a year I underwent this spiritually transformative process that St Ignatius createda retreat where you meditate and imaginatively walk with Jesus through his life from birth to resurrection My experience was very personal Hopefully we’re dying on the cross every day and being resurrected in a truer way every day That’s the idea for methe old self being shed in order for the truer self to emerge I did a silent meditation retreat with Adam [Driver] in Wales We were there for a week and we didnt know each other Wed had a beer in the West Village Then next when we met each other I was sipping tepid soup in the middle of Wales in a retreat house in total silence How do you feel about the film I really want you to experience it Its still reverberating Ive seen it twice now and every time I see it Im transported Its very mysterious what the film does I think The election is right around the corner As someone who didnt grow up entrenched in the American party system what do you make of whats happening in the states now Both England and America are going through a similar thingtheres a tremendous chasm between all of us As we were saying earlier whether youre Republican or Democrat whether youre a Trump supporter or a Clinton supporter whether youre black or white old or young whats clear is that there is great healing that needs to happen Its not going to be done by pointing fingers and ostracizing and judging the opposing viewpoint Its only going to happen through compassion and empathy Im looking for leaders who walk that walk as opposed to calling the opposition crazy or imprisonable I love that idea that if you know someones story its impossible not to love them This is potentially hokey but incredibly true as far as Im concerned I dont see a lot of healthy mature discussion happening on the debate stage right now But my longing is for Hillary to win Thats for sure Contact us at [email protected] Harry and Prince William have devoted their lives to causes that touch their hearts a lasting legacy their mother Princess Diana left behind While embarking on a 17-mile trek for Walking With The Wounded‘s Walk of Britain Harry spoke to reporters about the inspiration behind his charity work “It’s something that our mother did a lot of and that’s the time that you really get to learn you get the experiences and you actually get the honest truth out of people” Harry 31 told The Mirror The royal who is also bringing his Invictus Games for wounded warriors to Orlando in May has made it his mission to support his fellow veterans since leaving the Army earlier this year “I thought ‘Hang on I’ve spent 10 years in the Army doing something that I really love being hidden away from the limelight Time to give back’ ” he told the news outlet “And actually suddenly realized I can now be the perfect spokesperson for these guys” he continued “I know what they’ve been through” The royal 31 also spoke to PEOPLE during his walk expressing his appreciation for the public support he had encountered during the event “The support has been amazing” he told PEOPLE “People come out to give money and then when they hear what it’s for they put another 20 in” Harry’s ability to emphasize with others is a quality he shares with his late mother who was a patron of over 100 charities and worked on behalf of the homeless and disabled as well as children and adults with HIV/AIDS William has also shown the same spirit of giving Earlier this month the royal 33 tackled bullying in schools for a charity in his late mother’s name This article originally appeared on Peoplecom Contact us at [email protected] While it wont say who you voted for or by what method you cast your vote, the Associated Press reports.

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