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Interview with Stephen Dorff, star of Embattled

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In this very special bonus episode of I Know That Face, Stephen Porzio chats with actor Stephen Dorff. Having appeared in such projects as Beatles-centred drama Backbeat, superhero movie Blade, Sofia Coppola's masterpiece Somewhere and hit series True Detective, Dorff stars in the excellent new sports drama Embattled - now available on digital download. In the movie, he plays a brash, maniacal MMA Champion pitted against his estranged 18-year-old son (Darren Mann) in the ring. Dorff chatted to I Know That Face about the movie and how he got into character both physically and mentally. He also talked about the state of the movie industry currently and reflected on his career as a whole.

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