Paul Edward Montador asked... Did the whole concept confuse you during filming, jumping between time lines and characters? And was it as complex to film as it was to put together from a narrative POV?
Well I only had two characters to really focus on, so it wasn't too bad. We mixed the filming up quite a lot, but we'd do a big chunk of Chang stuff and then some Ewing stuff. It was nice because we started the film where my story starts - on the boat with Adam Ewing. We did two weeks in Majorca and that was great just to get into the character because we did all the exterior boat stuff first, so spending time on the boat really helped me get into the character. It was before any relationships had been built because we'd only just started filming, so I felt pretty isolated sitting on a boat in the middle of the ocean in Majorca - which is how the character felt as well! You get those amazing moments when you're filming where you're all in period costume and the boat looks hundreds of years old and you sail out into the middle of the ocean. Often I'd just find a little corner and sit on my own, because my character's just lonely and craving to get back to a loved one, so you get these moments when you just look around and there's nothing to tell you that you're not living in the 1800s. That was special.
What was the first part again? Did it confuse me? No, because we only shot bitesize chunks at a time. Second part.. you're asking the wrong person really. It was probably quite difficult to schedule it, but that didn't really have anything to do with me.. (laughs) ..I only ever played one character a day so it wasn't that difficult. I think Ben played two characters in one day and he found it a little bit of an adjustment..