Do you like to cook?
I got to say no! But I like to improvise salads. My cornerstone is a mix of pulled pork and amaranth, which I believe can be suited for both vegetarians and normal people.
Intriguing! Could you share the recipe with us?
All right! You take the pulled pork and the amaranth and you make a bunch of sandwiches using some baguettes.
Do not mind, I obtained the recipe from one for a sandwich. After you made the sandwiches, you cast off the bread and mix pulled pork and amaranth with some crushed garlic and voilà, you are done!
What would you like to do right now?
Buy a moat for my villa.
In an essay published on Journal of Alternate Impressionism, dr. William L. Cox has observed that your movies are "a tragic incarnation of modernistic conceptual vitalism". Anything to add?
Yes, I think that in his interesting paper appeared on European Transactions on Humanistic Hedonism, prof. Michael S. Collins totally refuted that farfetched thesis.
Could you tell us something about your ongoing project?
I'm on the set of the sequel of "Jack Frost", a real masterpiece whose relevance has not been acknowledged by the public.
Who were you in your first school play?
I remember it quite well. It was a play on the life of John Adams. I was the comic relief in the part of an obnoxious West Virginia congressman.
If you could choose someone to reincarnate in, who would it be?
It's a no-brainer! Dracula.
With all due respect, you know that that's not a real person, right?
WITHOUT all due respect it IS real, in a mockumentary.
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