Harrison Ford told a reporter about his feelings on the last day of filming Indiana Jones and the Quadrant of Destiny, in cinemas from June 28th. What emotions did he feel?
On June 28 will be at the cinema Indiana Jones and the Quadrant of Destinythe fifth and final chapter of the saga dedicated to prof. Henry Jones Jr.again brought to the cinema by Harrison Ford, just eighty years old. The Digitalspy site interviewed him and asked him what’s wrong rehearsed on the last day of shootinga moment that, after forty years spent with the character, could only have a particular meaning and flavour…
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Harrison Ford and the last day of filming Indiana Jones and the Quadrant of Destiny
Indiana Jones and the Quadrant of Destiny see a professor Jones at the moment of pensiona far cry from how we knew him, but drawn back into an adventure by one goddaughter (Phoebe Waller-Bridge), who appears from his past. James Mangold directed the film, inheriting it from Steven Spielberg who maintained the role of executive producer, in a long pre-production and production phase that started in 2016, when the project was announced, up to today. A long journey, which for Harrison Ford however, it is even longer, because I start in 1980, on the set of Raiders of the Lost Ark. How did he feel after the last take of this fifth indiana jones?
I haven’t had that feeling (style “it’s the last time I wear frusta and fedora“, ed.). The sensation I had is the one you have when you have done something and you can look at it – indeed, you remember having done it even if you can’t see it yet – with the satisfaction of having put effort into itto have obtained it something of value. And I felt that sense of pacethat sense of satisfaction, because this particular job that Jim and I and everyone else involved did together resulted in a sense of contentment for me. I hope others get the same satisfaction from it.