Film-makers took no chances when shooting Morgan Freeman's death in movie Lucky Number Slevin, they pumped oxygen to him while his character was being suffocated in a plastic bag. The actor plays a ruthless crime boss who gets his comeuppance in a harrowing scene. He reveals, "When you're on a movie set anything that you're going to do that is in any way going to challenge your safety, there are people all over you making sure that you're safety is not challenged. "So, if they're going to put a plastic bag over my head, to forestall any chance of a mistake or something going wrong, they put an air hose in there. "Nothing is going to go wrong and sometimes people have issues. I may suddenly panic and then do myself damage."