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Viggo Mortensen (A History of Violence), in a small role, manages to steal a scene from Pacino without ever getting out of his chair. - Ken Dubois
"I wasn't having an easy time finding work at this time in my career, but because of my background I had some understanding of what this character could be and what the background was like.... I loved working with Al Pacino. He was unusually generous for someone in his position. He has a very open mind, and a very open heart."
In 1993, you worked in Carlito's Way, by Brian de Palma, with Al Pacino, who many consider today's number one. What was that experience like?
He is a very interesting man, with a great sense of humour, very hard working and, above all, very generous and humble. You learn a lot from people like him. I don't know if he is the greatest. I liked him best during his early stage, in films like Scarface, Serpico or The Godfather.
A Multi-talented Hero
Dominical, by J. A. - translated for V-W by NacidaLibre
27 August 2006
Viggo Mortensen (A History of Violence), in a small role, manages to steal a scene from Pacino without ever getting out of his chair.
Ken Dubois Ultimate Edition DVD Review
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