Friday, May 18, 2012

Wes Anderson on Mondo Monda

From Wikipedia:
Monda's interviews for La Repubblica have gained a status all their own; he is known for asking deeply profound questions in a very direct manner, such as "Comment on Dostoyevsky’s assertion that 'If God doesn’t exist, everything is permitted'." This style caught the attention of director Wes Anderson, who cast Monda as himself in the film The Life Aquatic and included a parody—a DVD extra called "Mondo Monda" in which Monda asks such questions of Anderson and his associate, co-screenwriter Noah Baumbach, to befuddled reactions.

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