In a conversation with TheWrap, Garfield injected some levity into the film’s examination of faith and sacrifice. The coifs on Garfield and Driver would look as good on a Milan runway as they do in the bamboo torture chambers of 17th century Japan.
“Blame Noriko Watanabe for this,” Garfield said of the film’s head of hair and makeup — whose credits also include “Memoirs of a Geisha” and Scorsese’s “Gangs of New York.”
“I kept on saying to her, ‘You’d better fuck me up. You’d better make me look as fucked up [as possible],'” Garfield continued.
No such luck. While Garfield and Driver are physically and emotionally broken, the hair refuses to surrender. Check out Garfield in the video above, and click for more Andrew from TheWrap Magazine’s Oscars series.