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June 26, 2015
Stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla, 26, flies through the air following an explosion during the filming...
Guernica, Spain
A Picture and Its Story: The Stuntmans' Story
Stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla, 26, flies through the air following an explosion during the filming of the Koldo Serra directed feature film Gernika in Guernica, Spain in this June 17, 2015 file photo. Morilla, 26, has been working as a stuntman since the age of 16, he tells his story here:
It started with me doing acrobatics training in a gym. Then after doing a trial for Ignacio Carreno, who’s been my boss ever since, I was off. What’s it like being a stuntman? I love it. I have been a bit frightened occasionally but that’s what I enjoy. I’ve got nervous now and again. When I've finished a stunt I feel even better for having done a risky job and for having done it well. I know I’ve been lucky. The only accident I’ve had during work was when I fell down some stairs and twisted my ankle, putting me out of action for a week. As for this photo, when it comes to jumping from ramps, I don’t need to do much training. I’ve been doing it for years. Backward and forward somersaults, pirouettes, they’ve become second nature to me. I prepare for the scene, do all the rehearsals, then off I go. The night before a stunt I don’t sleep because of the excitement. It’s the best thing ever. REUTERS/Vincent West
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