Actor On your iPod: 'I lost my iPod recently, which has been very distressing. I had a lot of stuff on it, including my own work, but most recently I had been listening to the new Foo Fighters album, Seal's new album and Brian Transeau [better known as BT].' Film: Russian Ark, directed by Alexander Sokurov - 'Remarkable because it was all shot in one take' - and the original Infernal Affairs, directed by Andrew Lau Wai-keung and Alan Mak Siu-fai. Favourite play: Popcorn by Ben Elton, 'of course!' (Edwards stars in Perilous Mouths' forthcoming production). Reading: 'I'm finishing off Shantaram [a novel by Gregory David Roberts], and reading a book on cinematography and Enid Blyton's The Faraway Tree, with my daughter.' Sources of inspiration: 'Brian Transeau, because the guy is just a genius, [film/TV producer] Jerry Bruckheimer, because he started in advertising too, [magnate and politician] Cecil Rhodes, because of where he started and what he achieved, and my wife and daughter, because they enrich every day of my life. Getaway: 'Any place with deep snow and warm fires.' Local restaurants: Pacific Grill and Cococabana. Best of Hong Kong: the people. Worst of Hong Kong: the people. Piece of clothing: Sacred Blue jeans. 'My ass never looked better (or so I'm told).' Something you're never without: a point of view. Two things you'd take to a desert island: a boat and a hat. 'You've always got to have an exit strategy and you can never be too careful in the sun.'