Citizen Kane |

February 21, 2010 by Post Team 

Citizen-KaneCitizen Kane | Purefoy plays the lead in Solomon Kane, a 17th Century sword and sorcery tale written and directed by Michael J. Bassett, based on the character thought up by Conan creator Robert E. Howard. Towards the end of a long day of interviews about the movie, the Rome star is still enthusiastic – as he points out, it’s easy for actors to talk about films they enjoyed working on… Words: Paul Simpson

What attracted you to the project?

Lots of different things! When I was growing up in Somerset I liked to watch Clint Eastwood movies: The Man with No Name films, and the rest of them. It seemed to me that Solomon Kane was cut from the same kind of cloth as that Eastwood character. He expresses himself through action rather than words.

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