John Malkovich doesn't have patience to direct again
Veteran actor John Malkovich says he does not have the patience to direct again as he believes being at the helm of a film is a nightmare
Veteran actor John Malkovich says he does not have the patience to direct again as he believes being at the helm of a film is a "nightmare". The 64-year-old actor made his one-and-only directorial in 2002 "The Dancer Upstairs" starring Javier Bardem and has no desire of becoming a full-time helmer.'
"It's such a nightmare to get a film up and get it going. I don't have the patience really. Not for the directing work; I like that, that's very enjoyable and it's a delight. "I'm not saying it's easy, or I do it well, or don't do it well. That's something I like very much. (It's) just too much aggro," Malkovich told The I Paper.
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