30 Oct 2014
Since the characters he plays are anti-social and prickly, Pacino was peppered with questions about whether he draws on personal experience to play people who suffer from depression. View gallery Director David Gordon (L) and cast members Al Pacino (C) and Chris Messina attend the red carpet for "I don't see how I could not be depressed some of the time but I don't know about it," he said. "How does it go? You say 'I'm webblog depressed' but life is sort of all over us. I mean, things make you sad... basically you'd like to be a bit happier sometime but depressed seems so ominous and kim kardashian nose job it's really in all of us," Pacino said. Asked if he thought films in general were more depressing now than they were in the 1970s when he played Michael Corleone, the crime boss in "The Godfather" movies, Pacino said: "I don't know that films are more depressing now, I don't know, but I think that in my earlier films I have to say that in 'Godfather Two' I would imagine that Michael Corleone was depressed." Pacino also said he'd never been a Hollywood actor in the traditional sense, but that did not mean he was critical of it. "Hollywood is really what it always was, I'm http://xomcfecraya.blogspace.fr not an expert, I never went there...my association with it was not unfriendly it just wasn't really clear and it still isn't," he said. View gallery Cast members Al Pacino (C), Lucila Sola (L) and Camila Sola attend the red carpet for the movie &quo He said a new generation had taken over from what was often immigrant stock from Europe that had founded Hollywood and now different kinds of people ran studios.