Filmmaker Danny Boyle dreaded directing sci-fi movie SUNSHINE because he has no interest in science. Boyle spent months researching for the movie, which follows a team of astronauts into space to reignite the dying sun, but admits he struggled to understand the concept of science. He says, "All that stuff comes down to mathematics, and I come out in a rash when faced with maths! "I can't pretend to know anything, but I loved hearing about it in a palpable way. Our science advisor tried to explain these phenomenon in a way that I could understand, while really he wanted to explain it with maths! And the actors are like me too; they're not scientists. "My daughter's a scientist, studying chemistry, and she works in maths. It's extraordinary watching her work - it's like some cryptic language from ancient Egypt! And I don't get it at all.