So you star opposite Ryan Gosling who
is very difficult to look at.
--I didn't look him ever directly in the eye.
Yeah, it must be really hard to work with someone
like unattractive as he is.
So it's called, "First Man" and it's about Neil Armstrong.
Well, it's about the family, really,
but explain the situation.
Yeah, so it's kind of--
I think that there was a book written
by Jim Hansen, which a lot of people
have read called, "First Man."
And I think when Damien kind of set out to make the film,
I think he realized that the story that was most interesting
was Neil as a person.
He was a very unique individual, but also
his family and the effect that this massive kind
of achievement, this incredible achievement,
really affected the families and therefore the children,
Rick and Mark.
Because it's one thing that your husband goes on business
trips traveling in a car.
It's another thing when he goes to the moon.
Tends to probably affect the family a little bit.
You're so good at accents and dialects.
So we're going to play heads up and you're going to play.
And I am horrible at it, but I am
good at guessing what they are.
So you're going to do the dialect.
If I offend anyone, I'm really sorry.
How-- I'm already, like, quite scared of this.
Oh, my god.
I want to have a coffee.
I'd like a coffee, possibly with some-- where am I from?
I don't know.
Can I just speak it?
I'd like some spaghetti in my--
Oh, fu-- God.
I'm really sorry about that.
I shouldn't be an actress.
Do you know the way to the lavatory?
Is that French?
Or le toilet?
It's rainy out.
I don't know whether I can take a board out.
It's just too rad, but it's like--
What was that?
I'm really alarmed by my Canadian.
The only way I knew that was Canadian was boot.
Well, that's the only reason I could--
--Think of any--
Yeah, that was good.
I'm sorry, kind of.
That was average.
Worse than average.
First Man is out on DVD, Blu-ray January 22nd.
We'll be right back.
Claire Foy, everybody.