In his new movie Upside Down, Jim Sturgess plays a guy who is facing a pretty big relationship hurdle: his love (Kirsten Dunst) literally lives on another planet, one with gravity that directly opposes that of his own planet. I recently sat down with Sturgess to talk about what it was like to film such a unique sci-fi love story. He admitted that he did get a little nauseated from all the wire work and filming upside down but that it was worth it for a love scene with Dunst that's even better than her iconic upside-down kiss with Tobey Maguire in Spider-Man.
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