Harington and Vikander say they were profoundly affected by the story. (Amy Sussman/Invision/AP)
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Look closely when watching the new World War I drama "Testament of Youth," starring Alicia Vikander and Kit Harington, and you might see an iPhone.Harington, who also stars in HBO's "Game of Thrones," and Vikander say they were profoundly affected by the story.Vikander recalls filming the nursing scenes where the extras were 25 amputees who had returned from serving in Afghanistan. Harington: We met on a movie called "Seventh Son," which we filmed like three or four years ago, but didn't share a single scene in that.It's sometimes hard to engage and see the film as you hope an audience will see it.Last week's [fight scene] was pretty intense, but next week and the week after it just goes nuts.
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