"Why do you like jumping?" the interviewer asks Tom Barry, a young stunt driver who briefly appears in The Devil at Your Heels.
"Psychiatrists have all sorts of theories and reasons, and whatnot," he says from behind his aviator shades and fluffy blonde beard.
* This post was translated from French. Read the original here.
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