We are here tonight with a special guest, Anthony Michael Hall, who just saw the birth of his last movie. Hi, Anthony, and welcome to C*E*L*E*B.
It's a pleasure being here, essentially because it counts as community service.
Do you like to cook?
To be honest, I believe that preparing food is a waste of energy. After all, there are diners and bars more than willing to provide my daily intake of sugars and fats. The few times I have to cook for my buddies, I like to design salads. My cornerstone is a mix of sausages and seitan, which I presume can satisfy both vegs and normal people.
Intriguing! Could you share the recipe?
By all means! You take the sausages and the seitan and you make a bunch of sandwiches using some salted brioches.
Do not mind, my recipe comes from one for sandwiches. So you make those sandwiches, then you dispose of the bread and mix sausages and seitan with some paprika and voilà, there it is!
In a letter appeared on Bulgarian Theological Journal, prof. Ryan Williams has described your movies as "a perfect incarnation of latest contextual defeatism". Any comment?
Yes, I think that in his recent article published on Journal of Qualitative Iconography, dr. Jeffrey X. Thomas utterly rebutted that farfetched point of view.
Should you give up acting, which occupation would you pick up?
Almost surely that of chimney sweep, since I already have some experience in that field.
Could you tell us something about the plot of your next movie?
Positively! The title of the film is "Laura, Paul and the prairie dog". There are a man and a woman. They live together in San Francisco. The woman is a killer while the man is an industrial designer. When Laura's pet prairie dog Tepino got common cold, they decide to fight Cosa Nostra to avenge the prairie dog.
Could you improvise a poem for us.
Oh yeah! Here it is
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