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Lions Roar : May 2016
his head. He was absolutely certain that they were all about to be shot dead. All he could think of was to talk—telling the gunmen it would be foolish to shoot them, that it would just cause them difficulties to have a dead English actor to dispose of. It must have been the performance of his life (literally), because the kidnappers left them there and took off. After that, he tells me, “I went a bit nuts. I went to the ends of the earth in Namibia and went on an adrenaline-junkie thing in Swapismund. Because when you’ve been forced to look into the idea that you die on your own, you kind of go, ‘Oh, okay, well if I’ve got my own company at the beginning and the end of this life, I might as well do a few crazy things with it under my own steam.’ “It was, I suppose, the polar-opposite reaction to becoming agoraphobic and internalized and haunted—there’s enough of that in my work! I didn’t want that small incident to put me off the beauty of Africa. I wanted to be part of the people again and not fear them.” It’s a wonderfully enlightened response to an incident that might have emotionally crippled another person. That it only deepened his keen sense of social injustice and deep love for Doctor Strange brought the actor, cast, and crew to Kathmandu, where they filmed scenes at famed sites such as the Swayambhunath stupa. PHOTOBYFLAXMIPRASADNGAKHUSIPHOTOBYTENZINGRIKKSANG Cumberbatch and Dilgo Khyentse Yangsi Rinpoche discussed Buddhist philosophy during a private audience at Shechen Monastery in Boudhanath. LION’S ROAR | MAY 2016 56