They are saying we’re our like hardest critics, however Matthew Rhys could well know that better than most.
As The People winds down its stellar final season, the sequence’ engrossing lead actor looked abet at his earliest cloak fair in the minute-viewed Welsh-language drama Bydd yn Wrol.
On basically the most well liked episode of PeopleTV’s Couch Surfing, Rhys watched a scene from his turn in the 1997 drama, his jaw dropping at what he called a “horrific” efficiency.
“I actually haven’t watched this in 22 years,” he told host Lola Ogunnaike. “Arena the actor now not crying, who hasn’t slightly discovered how to assert.”
Clearly, now not every person agrees with Rhys’ negative review; his work in the film received him a Welsh BAFTA for simplest actor. The actor talked about he’s painfully aware of this minute detail.
“I if fact be told hang a huge share of brassware on my mantlepiece attributable to this monotone efficiency,” he laughed. “I am if fact be told flabbergasted.”
Gaze the paunchy clip above to be aware more of Rhys’ unsparing commentary, apart from to his thoughts on his Bydd yn Wrol haircut.