© Andrew Brucker | Philip Seymour Hoffman, 1992

3 comentários:

  1. “Acting is so difficult for me that, unless the work is of a certain stature in my mind, unless I reach the expectations I have of myself, I’m unhappy. Then it’s a miserable existence. I’m putting a piece of myself out there. If it doesn’t do anything, I feel so ashamed. I’m afraid I’ll be the kind of actor who thought he would make a difference and didn’t. Right now, though, I feel like I made a little bit of difference.”


  2. Numa outra entrevista

    “I teach acting sometimes—not a lot, but once in a while—and what I really try to say to them, ‘cause I know it’s true, is that if you’re doing a play or you’re shooting a film the way you feel after a performance that night, or a day of work, if you’ve done well, is the best it gets. You don’t need anyone to tell you anything because you did well and that feeling—I always say it’s like when you can go home and fall asleep and wake up well-rested. That’s as good as it gets, because everything else is fleeting…and that feeling stays with you. It’s what keeps you going back to work.”

    1. (speechless...)

      Muito obrigada, pxbecko.