• Adam Hayward talks about how he did all of his stunts and how authentic the hits were he had to endure. He speaks about director David Story’s obsession with ensuring that the rugby action was real. This obsession led to him having to make up to twenty takes of him being continuously tackled resulting in many cuts and bruises.

  • Chard Hayward talks about arriving at Murrayfield Stadium and play rugby with twenty two year olds. He speaks about truly feeling the tradition when visiting Melrose, the birthplace of rugby sevens.

  • Adam and Chard speak about the difference between the amateur rugby ethos and the modern day approach to rugby. Paying for a paycheck versus the love of the sport. They talk about both characters redemptive qualities and the path to establishing a healthy relationship.

  • Adam talks about his preparation for a major scene with his father and Chard comments about how wonderful it was to work with his real life son in “Play On “.

  • Adam speaks about director David Story’s obsession with him wearing his red underpants (Undies ), and how he had to work on his physical training to ensure that he would be believable in the movie. Adam talks about how amazing it was to play at Murrayfield and the beauty of Melrose in Scotland. He talks about his hope that the movie engenders more interest in rugby and the differences between rugby and American football.

  • Chard speaks about the inherent goodness of both Kier and Finlay’s characters, despite their personal shortcomings.

  • Chard speaks about how funny the movie is and how comic some of the situations are, especially when Kier moves to Kansas City. He talks about how the old values of rugby, like teamwork, playing for the jersey, have been replaced by the pursuit of money.

  • Adam Hayward habla de cómo fue para el actuar como un jugador de rugby y cuán auténticos fueron los golpes quee tuvo que aguantar. Habla acerca de la obsesión de David el director, y asegura que la acción de rugby fue verdadera. Esta obsesión lo llevó a él hacer a veinte tomas de él siendo tackleado continuamente teniendo como resultado muchos cortes y las moretones.

  • Chard speaks about how a twenty two year old Scottish extra was his inspiration for his accent. He reflects on how hard it was for his character Finlay, to respect the decisions of his selfish son Kier.

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