And that’s supposed to make it BETTER?

Oh, Nicole, honey, why don’t we just go ahead and flip that ick switch, ‘kay?

“Stanley had to coax me into some of the sexuality in the film in the beginning, but we shot things that were a lot more extreme that didn’t end up in the movie. I did feel safe — I never felt it was exploitive (sic) or unintelligent. He was very different with women than he was with men. He has daughters, so he was very paternal with me.”

And don’t forget to file this away for that next installment of Korrektiv’s “Lives of Famous Catholics“!

Comments

  1. I don’t want to get all serious about this, but so many sins against have been perpetuated by men “getting their fatherly on”. Men acting as fathers makes women feel safe, you move on from there….

    Also, I entered college as a Theatre major before selling my soul to Theology. I never played a role I really regretted but sheesh, it was a thin line deciding which plays to audition for, that could require this sort of thing. Two friends of mine were in community theatre productions of Equus. They were in body stocking on stage at age 16. In retrospect, who the %^&(! cast them at that age should have been shot. At the time, I thought it was just edgy. Sigh.

    • Yes, it was a neat bit of mental gymnastics that allowed dudes to turn “absolutely standard sexual desire for nubile flesh” into “artistic edginess.”

  2. Theater seems like a real tightrope for Christians.

    This was a great post JOB, thanks.

  3. Oh, there were switches that got flipped to on, you betcha.
    And I’ll get you for that tag, if it’s the last thing I do.

  4. Angelico Nguyen says

    Putting the ick in ‘sick’ and ‘flick’.

    I didn’t even click.

  5. notrelatedtoted says

    I don’t even…….

  6. hee hee!

    JOB

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