Mar 22 2013, 10:38am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
The actor and model "immersed" himself in the works of Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs and Alan Ginsberg for five years before filming the adaption of Kerouac's cult novel - set in the 40s and featuring all three writers - and it has left a lasting impression on him.
He said: "It's not easy to leave 'On the Road' behind because I'm such a fan of the generation, such a fan of the material.
"After five years of reading the material and immersing yourself in the jazz, it's not like you want to deplete or delete that experience."
He said: "I took her out on a 3am canoe ride. It was not a stable canoe. We fell out and had to swim back in mucky, s****y water, like golf-pond water."
Garrett also paid tribute to director Walter Salles for the way 'On the Road' - which was met with mixed reviews from critics - turned out.
He added: "I loved the process of making the movie, you can't take back those miles. I just feel so honored to be part of it. My love for Walter Salles, I can't put a number on that. I wouldn't trade it for the world."
Source: Bang Showbiz
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