Shia LaBeouf confides on the difficult shooting of The Peanut Butter Falcon

“I relied on God,” he said on his personal situation.

” I was fragile when I got on the set, and even more when we were there, most of the things you see on the boat are me at the bottom of the bucket .” The American actor Shia LaBeouf gave his emotional difficulties during the filming of The Peanut Butter Falcon , presented at the SXSW festival last Saturday. The actor of Nymphomaniac particularly insisted on the scenes where he and actor Down syndrome Zac Gottsagen drift on a raft between North Carolina and Florida.

Known for his erratic behavior, LaBeouf was arrested by police in the state of Georgia for driving while intoxicated and intoxicated. A bad pass that the comedian managed to brave through his discussions with Zac aboard the frail skiff. ” I do not know if I could have heard the things he told me from someone else, we had very deep conversations that I could only have with him, otherwise it would have gone to hypocrisy , “he explained. Very moved, the actor found himself on the verge of tears when his fortune-bearer on the screen spoke about their relationship. ” Shia has gone through difficult times and I have changed her life to make her better, ” he said with irresistible candor.

Inspired by Mark Twain’s writings – including Huckleberry Finn’s adventures – Tyler Nilson’s first feature film, Mike Schwartz recounts the journey of Zac, a young Down’s syndrome fleeing the clinic in which he was interned, across the southern United States. United and his meeting with Tyler, a small strike and wrestling teacher in his spare time.

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