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Sound Bite: John Malkovich Can you relate to these characters?
I almost always see myself, I mean I think what a doofus. You know and I think that first of all not only accurate it’s also healthly, I mean why not? You’d know what more of a numbskull you are than you? I mean I’ve lived with myself 54 years I mean. You know it’s a god pleanty but I couldn’t get out so.
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Sound Bite: John Malkovich
Yeah no and part of us I think Tilda’s she’s absolutely on to something about that we know it can’t be true, I mean we really know it’s not true.
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Sound Bite: John Malkovich Your character is the intelligent one
Yeah but he is not so smart either I mean if he could seriously dictate what he dictates in into that recorder and think that that could someday be a book even if he had Dolf Doyeski sitting on his right shoulder and Faulkner on his left he is sadly mistaken uh so that shows if not an utter stupidity of the least a great quality of self delusion great copassity of self delision.
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Sound Bite: John Malkovich How excited were you when you got this script
Yeah there are terrific and I was delited, in a word just delited.
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Sound Bite: John Malkovich Lot of stuff out there that you don’t respond to
No because you know first of all to get a good uh and challenging film made is not very easy so a lot of them never get made never get out you know. I’ve committed to a bunch of films over the years that have never happened because of money never came in and never got going, people felt, people who funded felt people wouldn’t want to see it and of course they may very well be right I don’t know.
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Sound Bite: John Malkovich The Fargo humor
I love that I mean I would never nessicary say this or that is my favorite film of theirs but if I had one Fargo would certainly quit near the top of the list.
Description: HRN-2626 Burn After Reading John Malkovich
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