Beckham is the hero and should do very little “acting” in the equation. His presence is effortless. He might ultimately wear an updated version of Tweeds and Heathers, but with the ruggedness of Steve McQueen in “The Great Escape.” He, like his friends, wants to get to the destination in a timely fashion. It’s his vintage motorcycle in this particular Scottish terrain that makes him slower. We see that he’s had obstacles; he doesn’t need to explain himself. When he reveals the bottle of Haig, and we see his friends’ reactions, we realize why the pressure was on him to kick off the ritual.