Adam Driver finds it difficult to watch himself on screen.

The 34-year-old actor has appeared to hint that he doesn't like tuning into his own movies.

Speaking about 'Silence' - the film he made with Martin Scorsese - he said: ''Actually, I hadn't seen it. It was on TV the other night, which I was surprised by. And I'm like, 'Oh, I can watch that. I'm not in a lot of that movie.'''

And Adam isn't sure if he's going to watch the upcoming 'Star Wars' movie - in which he reprises his role as Kylo Ren - as he finds it ''self-destructive'' after a while.

Asked if he's going to be watching 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi', he said: ''Undecided. I can't just watch it objectively. I always hate it and then come back to, like, 'Okay, that's fine, it's not about me. It's the story.' I can't watch it once. I have to watch it five times, you know? The movie is over.

''It's on film, so it's permanent. But if I think about it more, it's just an obsessive loop I keep playing in my mind that I can't get caught up in because it's totally self-destructive and not helpful moving forward.''

Adam made an exception though and did go to watch 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' with his wife Joanne and the science fiction franchise's fans.

He told Esquire magazine: ''The Force Awakens is the only movie I've sat with an audience and watched. Joanne [his wife] hadn't seen it. I didn't tell her anything about it. I didn't tell her I kill Han Solo.

''Credits started, the whole scroll at the beginning, and they start screaming, 'Oh my God! It's happening.' And I flash-forward to where I killed Han, and I got really sick, and went really cold, waiting for when it was over.''