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Off-screen, 'Unbroken's' prisoner and captor became friends
Off-screen, 'Unbroken's' prisoner and captor became friends

World War II is often called "the last good war" by Westerners. That's not true in Japan. And in treading into the murky depths of the Pacific Theater with the story of Olympic runner Louis Zamperini, who was imprisoned by the Japanese and targeted by a sadistic prison guard in "Unbroken," director Angelina Jolie stirs the waters afresh. The good news? Stars Jack O'Connell (Louis) and Miyavi (the Bird) became friends during production, emerging with a modern, tempered take on both war and peace. Together they spoke with The Envelope. It's interesting that you both became friends, because on camera the Bird is so cruel to Louis. How did you manage to...

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