-Let's talk about "Ophelia."
-Yeah. -Let's talk about this movie. You compared it kind of — Because it's
based off of "Hamlet." -Yeah. -I added an "A" to that,
-That's like "rappaer." Rappaer and "Hamalet."
No. "Hamlet." But you kind of
compare it to, like, fans of "Game of Thrones,"
you think, will enjoy this. -I started watching
"Game of Thrones" this weekend. -Just this weekend?
Like, the last season? -Yeah. No. First season. -You just started watching
the first season last weekend? -Yeah, yeah, yeah.
-Oh, wow. -I'm two episodes in.
But the thing is — -It's a great ride.
You're gonna love it. -Oh, my God. Loving it.
-It's a great show. -But I know what happens
at the end. Yeah, but it's still enjoyable. -She already knows
the end of "Star Wars," so, I mean, come on. -Yeah. Yeah.
-She lives in that world. -It's enjoyable. And I watched it and I thought,
"If people have an appetite for this,
they definitely have an appetite for 'Ophelia.'" -Why is that? -Bloodlust, people going crazy,
a bit of incest? Sure. [ Laughter ] -[ British accent ] A tad bit
of incest? You know you've got
that one, yeah. Check. Check. We got that. -Yeah, so, that's why
you'll like our film. -[ Normal voice ]
But who do you play? -I play Ophelia.
-Yes. Are you the queen? No. -No. I'm a mere
low maid-in-waiting, lady-in-waiting. -Aha!
-Yes. The queen is played by
Naomi Watts. Fantastic. She does a dual role. We got Clive Owen —
in a great wig. Draco Malfoy plays my brother.
-Yeah! Come on. -And George MacKay plays Hamlet. -Did you —
This is an odd thing, but did you get behind the bar
at the wrap party of this one? -I actually didn't make it
to the wrap party. -Because last time we talked, you told me that you
used to work in a pub. -Yeah. -And you know how to pour
a pretty decent beer. -I do.
I haven't poured one in a while. I was never much one
for small talk. I was like — I wanted to
get the thing done. Like, I like to do my work. -Yeah, you don't want to
socialize. -No. I'm here to
pour some pints. -Let's get down to
some business right — You want to pour
some pints right now? -Absolutely.
-Let's do it, pal. ♪♪
[ Cheers and applause ] All right, here we go. Let's pour a beer each
and see who — What is the secret to
a good pour? -I would say,
with slightly darker lagers, they're more bitter, so they
require more of a head on them, because it counteracts with
the bitterness of of the beer. -Really? -So there's a steady angle,
as you well imagine. -You don't turn the cup
or anything, right? -No, no, no.
-Okay. -Just — I haven't done —
-Here we go. -Slow and steady.
-Slow and steady. Oh, no. I feel like, already,
I'm too foamy. -Oh, my God.
I'm actually pretty foamy, too. -You are? I might out-pour you
at this thing. But, also, I've been drinking
for a lot of years. I'm really good at this.
-Wow. -Oh, wow.
That's pretty good, by the way. -That's a big head,
but look at that. That's pretty gorgeous.
All right. -There's no — 'Cause — Yeah.
That's pretty good, yeah. Yeah, yeah.
Yeah, nice. Nice! -Not bad?
I think — Yeah, I — -I mean, that sort of looks like
an old-schooly sort of beer. -Yeah. Mine looks like a
scented candle or something. Let's watch a clip
from your movie. Here's Daisy Ridley in
"Ophelia." We'll have a cheers beers. -Cheers.
-Take a look. -I thought your brother
was too low, but I see he's too high. -You are the first among those
who might understand. -I was a mother to you, and you
turned my son against me. -Forgive me.
My lady, you raised me. -I think you protest too much. -You cannot know what it is
to love a son. -I know what it is
to love yours. -Ooh!
[ Cheers and applause ] My thanks to Daisy Ridley.