ROUGH CUT (NO NARRATION)
STORY: Australian actor Hugh Jackman was guest of honour on Saturday night (28 September) when the Zurich International Film Festival awarded him with the Golden Icon award for contribution to film and stage. The 'Wolverine' star spent about half an hour signing for the hundreds of waiting fans before talking to press about the award he was about to receive, and how he felt he'd contributed to theatre and movies. Jackman also presented his movie "Prisoners" at the festival. The movie has not only received rave reviews but also topped the North American box office last week - a combination that has been a rare sight in recent years. The thriller is about two children who mysteriously go missing during Thanksgiving dinner and while the police detective Loki (Jake Gyllenhaal) tirelessly investigates through proper procedures, one of the children's fathers, Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman) decides to go on gut instinct and tries to get answers from the people he believes are responsible through whatever means necessary, however brutal. The actor admitted during a press conference at the festival that he is taking four months off to spend with his family. However, he still remains as focused as ever on his career.