April 2013

Rachel Weisz

"The effect she has on men is extraordinary," says director Sam Raimi of Rachel Weisz, our April cover star. Wanting to test this theory (purely for the benefit of our readers), we spent an afternoon with the Oscar-award winning actress and can happily answer in the affirmative. We've even brought back pictorial evidence in case you don't believe us. Meanwhile Giles Coren thinks Martin Amis is talking balls, and argues that a man's penis success with women is not more important than any of his other achievements. There's also intrepid reportage from Will Storr as he goes inside the murderous, gang-ridden barrios of Guatemala, whilst travel correspondent Tom Barber has a merrier time showing us all how to live it up in Tokyo. (We do like to sprinkle in a bit of variety).

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