Born: November 24, 1964 in Castro Valley, California, USA
You know one scene I always think about is in ‘The Godfather’, when Marlon Brando’s in the hospital. Al Pacino arrives there and enlists the help of the baker to protect his father. The two of them stand outside and the baker fiddles with a cigarette lighter, but Pacino’s hands are rock steady. That’s when we sort of realize that he can do this.
Well, one of my favorite ones to work on – besides just about any scene from ‘Deadwood’ – was my scene with Brad Pitt in ‘Assassination of Jesse James’. That was just a fun day.
No Country for Old Men|
dir. Joel and Ethan Coen
Tommy Lee Jones
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford|
Directed by Andrew Dominik
dir. Debra Granik
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