If we think of Aidan Gillen, we can not help but also think about Game of Thrones and his "irreproachable" Littlefinger but, the actor has also taken part in many other productions over the last few years. One of them is Blitz, the 2011 film in which Luke Evans and Jason Statham also appear which will be broadcast on Rai 4 tonight.
In a recent interview, Petyr Baelish's interpreter said he was initially upset by the quarantine and the strict rules imposed to avoid the spread of the pandemic but, the free time available also allowed him to reflect.
"It was a strange time. The days followed one after the other, I never knew what time it was and I had very strange rhythms. But there were also good things. I also got in touch with people I haven't seen for a long time. I took long walks with old friends, spent a lot of time with my children and cooked. I have also spent time thinking and worrying about the future and what is happening in the world, so I wouldn't even consider it a real vacation. The quarantine has taught me a lot. "
"I always needed to make a living, I have children", has continued. "But in my life I have never thought about working for money. The original building blocks of my career have always been somewhat unusual things. Probably not everyone would do it, but because they were original, difficult and exciting roles and projects. "
If you like, check out our Blitz review and let us know in the comments what you think of Aidan Gillen's words.