"I probably shouldn’t have taken things so seriously."
"In what way?"
"I think I changed too much when I got married. I tried to fit the role too much. I came from a big Italian family, so there was a lot of emphasis on being the ‘provider.’ You know— you gotta be the man. Gotta set an example. I guess I always thought that if I kept doing drugs, drinking, and partying, my kids wouldn’t have wanted to succeed."
"So you think should have done more drugs, drank more, and partied more?"
she’s 19 i’m 110
rackjiddle asked: Ben Wheatley or Brian De Palma!
1. Kill List
That’s the only film of his I’ve seen, sadly. I really liked it, and I’m interested in him as a filmmaker, but I just haven’t gotten around to checking out his other works. However, A Field in England is very high atop my “I need to get my hands on this film” list.
Brian De Palma:
1. Carlito’s Way
2. Dressed to Kill
3. Blow Out/Body Double (I know that makes it four… but it’s really a tie right now… I just can’t choose one over the other without going insane.)
Dressed to Kill is beautiful and Carlito’s Way is up there with Goodfellas and Boogie Nights as far as most entertaining cinema of the 20th Century goes. I’m really fond of Blow Out. Body Double I haven’t seen.
A Field in England looks perfect, apparently he’s adapting JG Ballard’s High Rise with Tom Hiddleston next, which seems like a perfect match. I appreciated Kill List but didn’t enjoy it. Sightseers was a little more fun.
Flier I drew for gig comin up in may