Haha!That's his official line on that story.I read it in his biography when I was a teenager. I was on a journey to London and found it on a seat.I didn't get past the part where he was sent to Switzerland, to try to sort out his bad behaviour and not to dodge Nam.
Martin Scorsese‘s new epic The Irishman could end up being one of the best-reviewed films of the Oscar-winner’s career. Following its Friday night premiere at the New York Film Festival, The Irishman stands at 100 percent “Fresh” on Rotten Tomatoes, with critics praising the three-and-a-half-hour film as a yet another mob drama masterpiece by the Goodfellas, Casino and The Departed director.I'm quite interested in the new Scorsese. Apparently Joe Pesci is cast against character and is excellent.
They always say that Chris Morris had terrible acne as a teenager, hence his dystopian view of the mainstream.Chris Morris on his new film
I think he has a sizeable birthmark that he stopped covering with makeup at some point.They always say that Chris Morris had terrible acne as a teenager, hence his dystopian view of the mainstream.
If comedic genius was fuelled by acne, every year ought to produce a rich crop of Morrises!
Something else must be involved, though he really should still avoid close-ups!