The famous actor Daniel Radcliffe “joined” his forces, for a new HBO documentary, with the stuntman who doubled him in the scenes of “Harry Potter”, who was paralyzed due to an accident on set. According to the British newspaper “Guardian” the accident happened in January 2009 during the shooting of the film “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1” in an aerial scene resulting in him breaking his neck and becoming paralyzed.

The film is a story of stuntman David Holmes, an exceptional gymnast from Essex, England, who was chosen to voice Daniel Radcliffe from the first film of the Harry Potter series when the actor was only 11 years old.says HBO’s official synopsis.

In the new documentary titled “David Holmes: The Boy Who Lived” Radcliffe signs the production under the direction of British Dan Hartley. It includes footage taken over the past decade from the stuntman’s work, from his current day-to-day life, as well as interviews with himself, Radcliffe and his colleagues.

He stated that the documentary tells the story of not only his achievements in front of the camera, “but also the challenges I face every day, as well as the life attitude I adopted after my accident». And he adds: “In the turbulent world we live in I quote from the series: “We are as strong as we are united, as weak as we are divided.”».