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Pacino Plays Depressed Men - Twice - At Venice Film Fest - Yahoo News

"I just saw the 'Guardians of the Galaxy', a Kim Kardashian Marvel thing, it was amazing," he said at news conferences after his two films were shown. In Barry Levinson's "The Humbling", based on a Philip Roth novel, Pacino plays an ageing Shakespearean actor who has lost his ability to act. In director David Gordon Green's "Manglehorn" he is a Texas locksmith who has never gotten over the love of his life, whom he abandoned, and locked himself away from normal human contact. Since the characters he plays are anti-social and prickly, Pacino was peppered with questions about whether he draws on personal experience to play people who suffer from depression. View gallery Director David Gordon (L) and cast members Al Pacino (C) and Chris Messina attend the red carpet for "I http://owthkyeoch5.fotopages.com/?entry=10833184 don't see how I could not be depressed some of the time but I don't know about it," he said. "How does it go? You say 'I'm depressed' but life is sort of all over us.
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