BULLETT MAGAZINE, AGYNESS DEYN ON BECOMING AN ACTOR, EARLY RETIREMENT & THE BEAUTY OF STRIPPING

Agyness Deyn invented the hip supermodel. In a sea of faceless waifs, she was all peroxide pixie cut, rock and roll boyfriends and generally not giving a shit. Aggy always had the attitude to propel herself far beyond the “seen and not heard” category. It therefore comes as little surprise that she owns the role of Flo, the heroine-addicted stripper in Luis Preito’s British reboot of the Danish cult film, Pusher. Generously laden with sex, violence, and, of course, narcotics, Pusher follows a week in the life of a drug dealer, a career that if you had any interest in pursuing before you saw the film, you certainly will not afterwards.

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