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Bill Nighy on his complicated relationship with acting and his new film Sometimes Always Never

Actor Bill Nighy joins q's Tom Power live from London, England to talk about his long career in film and his latest project, Sometimes Always Never.
A still from Sometimes Always Never, starring Bill Nighy. (Pacific Northwest Pictures)
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Actor Bill Nighy joins q's Tom Power live from London, England to talk about his long career in film and his latest project, Sometimes Always Never. In the film, he plays a man named Alan who's desperate to find his missing son. Nighy also discusses his career-changing role in Love Actually and what keeps him in the acting game, despite feeling some anxiety about acting throughout his life.

Sometimes Always Never is out now in Toronto, London and Waterloo. It opens tonight in Regina, Saskatoon and Victoria.

— Produced by Ben Edwards

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