Fay Grim and Broken Engish star Parker Posey “refuses to play a role in the hoary media ritual,” observes N.Y. Times writer David Carr. “Most actors manage to bring every conversation gracefully and stealthily back to their brilliant, courageous career choices. Posey, 38, is precisely the opposite, [and] discursive in the extreme.”
Exactly — that’s what I found so engaging about her. Not once did she try to steer our chat over to the merits of Fay Grim. And yet with Carr…
“Wasn’t Apocalypto amazing?√É¬¢√¢‚Äö¬¨√Ç¬ù she says. √É¬¢√¢‚Äö¬¨√Ö‚ÄúDid you love it? I have it on DVD. I’ve watched it like, oh, my God, I am Jaguar Paw. It was so powerful. It was so interesting. The karma of him, right? This past year to have this whole thing happen to him where he was like shunned by Hollywood and then he makes this — I mean he’s a rebel. He’s a passionate person who, you know, you see it all in that movie.”
Wasn’t the point of the Malibu sugar-tits bust that Gibson acted like a drunk? Plus the fact that Gibson had made Apocalypto well before it happened.