|Is there any scene or role that you would never interpret due to personal morals, principles, or taboos?
I try to never say "never", but none than I can think of, off the top of my head. I've always romanced the idea of legitimacy in film or film as art. Film has changed considerably in the last decade, but I still feel it has roots firmly planted in artistry; not just commercialism. Just because movies aren't hanging in a gallery somewhere in Chelsea doesn't mean they're not art.
I see film as the broadest art form known to man, broadcast on a medium reaching just about everybody in North America (probably the world). I argue that, because of its ability to reach people en-mass, it can have the greatest moral impact (both positive and negative) on our population. If that's not art, I don't know what is!
I'd be willing to do almost anything, including pornography. I refuse to get involved with religious propaganda. That's pretty much it.
Hmm... I've never been faced with one yet. I'm vegetarian and I wouldn't eat meat and I would be very concerned about anything that sexualises children.
I havent really thought about that. I see acting as Art, becoming someone and telling the characters story isnt really who YOU are as a person. Its just your interpurtation of a character. NOT YOU. So to answer your question i guess no. But everyone has there own beliefs and things they wont do. Thats fine as well.
I don't think so,.....
Not for the right price.
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