He is an Italian actor and director known internationally for The Referee (L’arbitro), which premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2013.
Jacopo Cullin now stars in The Man Who Bought The Moon directed by Paolo Zucca, a “zany Sardinian set slapstick comedy, a sort of Italian Johnny English as an inept spy tries to infiltrate a traditional Community” – Adrian Wootton, Programmer – Cinema Made in Italy.
We managed to catch up with him in London as part of the Cinema Made in Italy 2019 at the Ciné Lumière to find out how he prepared for this role, his unusual approach to learn to speak with a Milanese accent and why he couldn’t understand a word from the other two lead characters…
Listen to the full interview below:
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