Could you improvise a song for us.
Hell yeah! Here it is
You were dead on in "Blade Runner". Were you given plenty of room to create your character?
Oh, yes! Oh, I nailed it! In the original screenplay my character was a man. With a glass eye, for crying out loud!
Sean, do you have something to say to young people?
Indeed yes! Don't let the color of your skin limit you anyway. Sun block and sunscreen are sold for a reason.
Could you tell us which is your earliest memory?
People say that only the seventh son of a seventh son has the blessing of total recall, but I remember pretty well the moment I saw the light. You know, it was a night in November. An almost lyric autumn night, breezy and sweetly decadent, still redolent of summer. And amidst all the beauty, I was there, soaked from head to toe with blood and other bodily fluids, in a room full of yelling people. The first, but not the best day of my life...
At least there is a happy end...
Who gives a damn? My entire existence is like a stroll into the bottomless darkness.
Do you have any new tattoos?
Yes! I have a green lobster on my shoulder. It contains a tracker, so I can be rescued if I get lost in Indianapolis jungle, but unluckily it works better if I'm somehow au naturel.
Your agent told me you are just back from a filming location in Tibet. How was the accomodation?
Actually, I spent 3 weeks in a Tibetan monastery before I saw daylight and realized it was not the Best Western hotel. The silver lining? I learnt to stun flies by staring at them.
Are you aware of the rumors about you and the desk appearing in your last movie?
I'm going to say this again for the last time: I did not have any relation with that desk.
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