Même punition que les autres articles, en attendant la traduction française (et la liste s'allonge d'heure en heure ^^) voici la version anglaise :
"'Good Time': How Two Brothers Scuzzed Up Robert Pattinson and Made a Gritty Classic
The star and directors Joshua and Benny Safdie on why the story of a bank robber on the run was a bold move for all of them
Robert Pattinson can't explain it – he just knew.
It was early 2015, and the Twilight star was now three years removed from Edward Cullen, the iconic vampire heartthrob who made the British actor's name but had also painted him into a corner. Looking to break free, the then-29-year-old star began seeking out daring dramas and working with filmmakers like David Cronenberg, David Michôd, Werner Herzog and James Gray. He was determined to prove that he wasn't just a YA pinup. And in the midst of that reinvention, Pattinson stumbled upon a promotional still for Heaven Knows What, a gritty, unsparing 2014 New York indie about a homeless woman ravaged by heroin addiction.