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The actor asked Brockes to pause the tape recorder and accused her of delivering her questions with "negative inference." He ended the encounter by telling his questioner, "I'm not doing it, darling".
Ask any journalist about awkward celebrity encounters when there is a Dictaphone involved and more than likely they will admit to a handful.
This newspaper has obtained the documents ahead of the release of a new British comedy film, The Boat That Rocked, by the makers of Notting Hill.
It stars Kenneth Branagh, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rhys Ifans and Bill Nighy in a story of the often farcical attempts to close down a fictional pirate radio ship inspired by Radio Caroline.
One, not particularly au fait with the music world, was sent to report on a Pete Doherty solo show.
There was to be some interview time at the end but, knowing little about the singer, he texted a friend for some possible questions.
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