Saturday, February 02, 2008

On a walk today I saw F. Murray Abraham in the West Village. Of course, like a true New Yorker, I did not gawk. Sigh.

Speaking of actors, The Film Programme on BBC Radio 4 this week manages to interview Daniel Day Lewis about his role in There Will Be Blood. He speaks of the character he portrays, his fever to make money, his paranoia and his despair. He is intrigued by the illusion of understanding a life far from his own experience.

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