Will Poulter on the importance of opening up
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That’s because Will Poulter is as famous for being an all-round lovely chap as he is for his Midas-esque choice of film roles: Detroit, The Revenant, Son Of Rambow, We’re The
Millers and now new movie Midsommar. We sit down with the beloved Briton to talk therapy, the importance of talking and the oddly healing qualities of his delightfully horrifying latest release.
If you’re yet to see Midsommar, you’re in for a grim treat: Poulter and pals head to Sweden for a festival and get more than they bargained for. A lot more. Will proves warm, candid and always utterly delightful company.
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