Sunday, August 21, 2011

Sean Penn complains about Malick's decisions on Tree of Life

"I didn’t at all find on the screen the emotion of the script, which is the most magnificent one that I’ve ever read. A clearer and more conventional narrative would have helped the film without, in my opinion, lessening its beauty and its impact. Frankly, I’m still trying to figure out what I’m doing there and what I was supposed to add in that context! What’s more, Terry himself never managed to explain it to me clearly."

I believe we've heard this once, already.

"It was extremely unpleasant." (Adrien Brody, about Thin Red Line).

They should know by now that master Malick will always slice their appearances to the sharpest and finest piece of imagery he envisions.

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