"It wasn't a lie, it was ineptitude with insufficient cover." Don Draper
A young Sixty Grit (Delta Blues affciando) casually dismisses up and coming band Led Zeppelin and blows his chances with a hot redhead:
I just saw Steve Buscemi in "Fargo", yah, you betcha, and now I talk like a Minnesotan, doncha know? And while he is a bit didactic in this clip, he is correct.He was brilliant in his last scene in "Fargo". Marge: "And I guess that was your accomplice in the woodchipper." He really conveyed his character's motivation as his foot is being pushed down with that chunk of firewood. That's ACTING!
I find myself in such awkward situations these days, a bit like Buscemi's character in "Ghost World." Conversation with women --especially with attractive women--is an art. Steep learning curve, but I'm trying.
BTW, Terry Zwigoff, who made this film, is a genius. Sixty, if you've never seen his "Crumb" you should. It's gritty documentary.
I know enough about R. Crumb to avoid wanting to watch a documentary about him. I enjoy his cartoons, but from a distance. And I say that as a near-clone of Mr. Natural, PBUH!I did enjoy "Bad Santa", however. Once again, I strongly identified with the character...
You would probably identify with the Buscemi character or the lead female in "Ghost World." Both sensitive and disaffected artistes like yourself.
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