Guy, is there a deep meaning behind your "Memento"?
Yes, that hard work always pays off.
Modern world seems to be subject to the problem of relentless violence and ferocity. What would Guy Pearce do?
I think we can get inspiration criminality management from great films, like "Equilibrium" and "Brazil".
What do you eat between meals?
Loin chops with ranch dressing, a dried fruit, four sweet corns, and a glass of tea.
Your work is often stressful. How do you face it?
To strengthen my ego, I periodically meditate on a cot made of rough sandpaper and glass splinters liberally sprinkled with vinegar.
Could you tell us something about the story of your next movie?
Naturally! It is the story of Gary, a massage therapist from Boston. He is abducted by a mysterious society and he is coerced to compose absurd "completelY inaccUrate inTerviews" for some web site, from a concealed office. (If you can't salvage me, tell Kathleen I never loved her...)
Guy, you are well known for your bizarre requests when staying in hotels. Is it true? Can you tell us why and maybe make an example of something you usually ask?
I can't live without chili cotton-candy or Armenian violets scent delivered everyday to my room.
Can you refute the buzz about your role in the rogue business of Yeti photos?
Truth is perishable and so are you and your entrails...
In an article appeared on Pacific Semiotic Journal, dr. Harold Y. Jenkins described your roles as "a supernatural epitome of today contextual descriptivism". Which is your reaction?
Yes, in his paper published on Annals of Anthropological Topics, prof. David T. Gomez totally discredited that illogical thesis.
• e-mail: yutmeyut -at- gmail.com • Disclaimer & Privacy •