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I think we were I was staring off in the space heading here to stop the opera and I look up more on -- -- it didn't really want to.
Well we didn't probe the what -- Shameful what -- recently I took my IFB out of my ear because you know it's in all the time Richard musical a -- and then Clayton said something funny I fell over.
We came back to us on camera I was laying on the sofa -- That now does that happen behind the scenes of -- moving.
I mean how how many takes the have to make on a movie before you get -- Fisher at resumes at actresses are a -- -- a -- working with a knee shall.
What I got a thought out you're doesn't anyone take.
I have -- don't ever do that again.
But I don't know what's -- what's them -- longest.
-- -- show coming to is thirteen pages you as a walking.
Dialogue between two people and it was a long stretch out of the capitol down stairways all the way and it's.
And at the last minute.
The last paragraph there's a word that I could not -- -- cook.
And every community in this guy has -- eleven pages of the thirteen pages and I got a little paragraph -- here and there.
And I get it wrong every time and it's a step to single shot Alec and I look at him ago.
When -- What's that's a start.
Thank you are around you campgrounds I remember now I race if my memory loses -- everybody has a word everybody -- -- that were not likely to -- just an area that were costing more money every Tuesday.
Yeah time is money do you have that entire thing memorize them.
Those -- you have something -- -- you have your of the entire piece memorize well.
Yeah I mean memorization is is when we.
How to eat you he's been -- have a director and stuff and how flexible he is to the script and how.
Lifestyle they wanted you know bringing the -- characters out make -- real to the audience memorization and is.
Someone at the way to take it but it's more of reacting.
You know you take you take a situation in you react to what is happening in the best man you can and that character.
-- -- director you'd say you know what that word keeps tripping -- up and it's been we've been here for four weeks now.
Because he's got -- just yet I was.
-- us up definitely tells the book I find it fascinating is when you read historical fiction -- how difficult it is to try to I guess I would imagine is not a deterrent.
For the dialect of the Iraq to try to be as true to that that time period did you find that a challenge.
Always -- -- mean this this -- took over a year and yeah it's all in the research right.
And so -- it took to quite -- -- and elected directors have been created deadwood HBO show when.
Me we -- do I mean just the amount of time they focused on on the words -- dialect of that time period and try to get into historically accurate adds so much to.
Product ensure that the language part of -- -- that accurate but things right.
Wearing got -- all that yes yeah.
-- so -- about the alternate life so so is the message that money corrupts or that money he.
Enhances your personality.
Flaws -- what.
Definitely the love of money rights not money itself I mean.
Still hold lays out twelve gifts one of them being money.
And just being good stewards of it.
But in in those it doesn't focus just on money it focuses on all the gifts and some some within the story -- are obvious.
The gift of gratitude for example.
Is clearly stated through a character but then there's other ones that are hidden in the audience actually yesterday little deeper.
Now -- it's the I agree that it is -- it is -- -- that you make the distinction between money being it would voluble and the love of money being believable.
Yeah it's that is that is the original quote right from the Bible that the level of money that is that is correct -- it's not money slow money -- -- Christian -- in this book.
In this book well we kind of we kind of segued into back into the movie -- so I'm into that it is felt it from the bottle that was staring but yes that's a lot money miserable yes.
Yes no it's not quoted they the the movie doesn't really have biblical references.
It's it's principles live by are now.
What's your favorite.
For me it's the -- the gift of gratitude.
I mean I I grow from Beverly Hills.
On eight acres and I don't think gratitude is a huge thing in Beverly Hills and and then not.
So that's an understatement you know and then I.
Two years ago and made a movie for relief organization world vision.
In in Uganda.
So is in the slums of Kampala and I was in the in the outskirts and -- -- -- some of the happy its most grateful.
People I've ever met and have nothing and oh my gosh yeah so you the real thing.
Well I mean what it is though is that there are grateful right mean there's no way to be happy without being grateful.
That's there there combined there.
Who lives in the house you grew up in.
Steve teach me OK but not one of the Kardashians.
Yeltsin -- -- idea I honestly think you are grateful for data right you have to -- definitely -- actually purchased the house from bill Cosby's.
We're -- sweaters it's still a good note no there there but there was a lot of -- remember as a kid there was a lot of purple.
This -- Japanese right exactly that's as.
That moving debuts.
On September 6 address in September 6 September 6 in the new book.
Again the title is traces mercy October 1 and then I have a TV series.
Airing October 17.
Cold when calls the heart will be busy fall yes it's not accomplishing so much -- -- -- -- Thank you guys so much for joining us and thanks for joining us on after the show Russian leadership and I think he's -- have a lesser appreciated.
Thanks -- all -- and thank you.
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