Juno Temple on her love of Halloween and Horns, acting vs directing and believing in fairies

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Juno Temple on her love of Halloween and Horns, acting vs directing and believing in fairies
20th October 2014

London Go met Juno Temple on the red carpet premiere of her new film Horns, which she co-stars in with Daniel Radcliffe. 

Juno tells us about her childhood spent in Somerset where 'my imagination was allowed to run wild', her belief in fairies and doing Glastonbury a few times. 

Juno also explains why she much prefers acting to directing and why being a part of a director's vision will always mean more to her than being behind the camera. 

 

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