Viggo Mortensen: Playing the Hollywood Game
The frustrated actor has hit a tipping point
Meeting Viggo Mortensen comes as something of a shock.
Not because he’s so handsome in real life – although he is, of course, all cheekbones, aquiline nose and unearthly blue eyes – but because, when he rises to greet me in a private balcony area of the Westbury Hotel, he’s clad in a crisp suit that makes him seem a world away from the characters he’s best known for: think of the rugged Aragorn in...
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