"The merchants are the biggest fool of all. They carry on the most sordid business and by the most corrupt methods. Whenever it is necessary, they will lie, perjure themselves, steal, cheat, and mislead the public. Nevertheless, they are highly respected because of their money. There is no lack of flattering friars to kowtow to them, and call them Right Honorable in public. The motive of the friars is clear: they are after some of the loot… ."
The actors played two detectives in 1995, as they investigate a string of murders, and in the modern-day, as they’re interviewed about a similar crime. The role requires each to play their characters about 17 years apart. How did they switch from playing young men to middle-aged ones?
HARRELSON: I just took off my wig.
McCONAUGHEY: I just put on my wig.
(Source: vorobey008, via thestarkinwinterfell)