Joel Kinnaman talks about his new film, 'The Secrets We Keep'

Kinnaman, who is known for "The Killing" and "Suicide Squad," stars in the new dramatic thriller.
2:12 | 09/16/20

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We're back with actor Joel Kinnaman. He is starring in the new dramatic thriller "Secrets we keep." Joel, good morning. Thanks for being with us. So I understand you have something in common with your co-star, noomi rapace. You guys went to the same high school? How well did you know each other? Yeah, no, we went to the same high school in the south side of Stockholm and got to know each other in the theater scene and in Stockholm many and became dear friends when both of our careers took us to the states. Joel, it's good to talk to you and see you again, man. I'm glad to watch your career continue to soar. Now you are a starring in "Secrets we keep" and you play a man who is kidnapped by his neighbor, a woman who is seeking revenge. We have a clip. Let's check it out. Wife, Rachel, two children. I don't know who you're confusing me with. Let me go, I won't tell anyone. I promise, I got hit in the head. I'm confused. I won't recognize your face. Let me go. I need to see my family again. You'll never see your family again! Whoo. I feel the tension building. Wow, we know you've starred in a lot of films but you say this is one of the most demanding roles you've ever played? Yeah, this was definitely the most emotionally tough role I've ever done. Yeah, the physicality of the situation, like I was so tightly bound for a big chunk of this movie that my wrists were actually bleeding and the corners of my mouth were cut from the gag being, you know, so bound, tightly bound and because, you know, the ropes were so intricate bound, they couldn't like untie me in between takes so I end up sitting on that chair being abused for just hours on end. It was a rough one and also like with my dear friend noomi, the thing with noomi is like she won't go easy on you. She won't. So it was pretty hectic. Well, one good thing you get to go home to your new puppy which can soothe all the stress from the set. Good to see you again. Good to see you too, man. All right, "The secrets we

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