The Bafta winner opens up about the Netflix drama's final outing and why King Charles is such a "hard part to shake off".
The Bafta winner has admitted his first reaction to the scene was pretty much the same as everyone else's.
"But in the end it was a little melancholy and, dare I say, a bit DEEP for the film I’d made."
Years after Letourneau and Vili Fualaau covered tabloids, a new film considers the life of a man who was preyed upon as a child and our fascination with it all.
If you look for it, I've got a sneaky feeling you'll find that bloopers actually are all around.