Kurt Russell doesn't like explaining his movies
"There is a fine line between saying too much and not enough, and I don't think I'm very good at it. I also make wine I don't like to tell people what they're drinking," Russell said
Veteran actor Kurt Russell wants people to experience his work without him telling them about it. In an interview to Total Film magazine, the "Elvis" actor opened up about his philosophy, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
"There is a fine line between saying too much and not enough, and I don't think I'm very good at it. I also make wine I don't like to tell people what they're drinking," Russell said.
"I want them to experience it and tell me what they are experiencing and that's what you do when you make a movie," he added. He also shared that he prefers not to research about movies in detail before watching them in a theatre. "I love going to the movies and knowing nothing," added the 67-year-old star.
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