We’re pretty big fans of Sean Pertwee at HeyUGuys. The man is in a ridiculously high number of our favourite movies, and he’s also a lovely chap, so when he invited us down to Pertwee Anderson Gold, his art gallery in Soho, for a chat about his forthcoming film Four, we jumped at the opportunity.

Although it is an art gallery, Pertwee Anderson & Gold feels a lot more intimate and friendly than most, with a large entrance space, and several smaller rooms. It was designed by Dennis Schnegg, who worked as Art Director on films like Sunshine, 28 Days Later and Never Let Me Go, and while the wooden floors and moulded architraves look like they’ve been there for decades, they’re actually barely a year old.

During the course of the interview we talked about his upcoming roles, how his love of art, and owning a gallery compliments his career. He also revealed his plans to start directing his own projects in the future.

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