In a letter appeared on Texan Anthropological Quarterly, prof. Ronald B. Perry has observed that your movies are "a supernatural recapitulation of present-day contextual reductionism". Any comment?
I think that in his last essay published on European Epistemologic Annals, dr. Jim Williams utterly discredited that forced point of view.
Is there a deep moral behind "That's My Boy"?
Yes, that a doctor a day keeps the jim-jams away.
If you could choose someone to reincarnate in, who would it be?
Probably Bart Simpson.
I don't want to offend you, but you know that that's not a real person, right?
YOU ARE NOT REAL!
If you’re at karaoke, what’s your song of choice?
To get the crowd pleased I always make an encore of "Lost Stars" by Adam Levine.
Your line of work is often stressful. How do you face it?
To make my spirit stronger, I often meditate on a cot made of rough sandpaper and thorns generously peppered with vinegar.
Have you ever had a supernatural experience?
Usually I consume super-natural alternative products, because I do care about my health and my supporters. For example, this week I have a passion for elk antler velvet and moringa fruits, which I found very tasty on chicken nuggets.
Could you tell us the story of your next movie?
O.K.! It is the story of Debra, a director of photography from San Francisco. She is abducted by an enigmatic sect and she is demanded to write absurd "radicallY Unreal conversaTions" for some web site, from a hidden underwater cubicle. (If you can't find me, tell Douglas I never loved him...)
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