Take time to peruse the new issue of Interview.
Michael Fassbender covers February.
Josh Brolin converses with Fassbender for the magazine's profile.
Anyone who has seen Michael Fassbender’s performance in Steve McQueen’s new film Shame has likely walked away with two images permanently burned into his or her brain. One arrives early in the film as Fassbender’s character, Brandon, a moneyed Manhattanite with a raging sex addiction whose life is upended when his equally damaged sister (Carey Mulligan) moves in with him, awakes naked in his stark white apartment and begins to amble toward the camera. His full manhood is on display in the bright morning light—the first of numerous artfully orchestrated shots of Fassbender’s package that spring up throughout the film (and that helped earn it an NC-17 rating).