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Watch: Vincent Gallo Confronts British Critics About 'Buffalo '66' On UK Show 'MovieTalk'

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by Charlie Schmidlin
December 19, 2012 9:21 AM
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As the cinematic year draws to a close, one of the more curious scenes to behold within it found Julie Delpy integrating multi-hyphenate artist Vincent Gallo into the inspirational third act of her film “2 Days in New York.” Not just because Gallo has remained somewhat quiet on the film scene lately, but more due to the absence of his sharp, slightly caustic sensibilities. Well, look no further for a reminder of those qualities.

In a discussion based around the film critic’s responsibilities and purpose, a vintage episode of UK talk show “MovieTalk” took an interesting crack at the topic by allowing three newspaper reviewers to discuss Gallo’s “Buffalo ’66,” before bringing in the director himself to confront the critics as a surprise guest. And boldly dressed in a blue USA jumpsuit, Gallo indeed rises to the challenge, subtly insulting all three critics before putting forth his personal vision of singular work: “Leaders are people who take you where you don’t want to go, and I feel a lot of filmmakers are more interested in what they think that people want.”

While bordering occasionally on hostility from all parties, the chat remains lively and perceptive throughout, posing an interesting dynamic not usually seen face to face between filmmakers and critics. Also, Gallo is just pure entertainment. Watch below.

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12 Comments

  • Jane Howard | April 4, 2013 6:43 PMReply

    Vincent Gallo is smart, sensitive, talented, handsome and very very funny. Most of all he is SEXY

  • knish | January 30, 2013 6:05 PMReply

    i posted a new link on youtube, my old one got deleted.

  • Alan | December 20, 2012 1:55 AMReply

    What a glorious asshole! Gallo's rude, arrogant, sexist and all-round dickish, but he's also got interesting ideas about fim criticism, especially critics making lazy references to other films and filmmakers.

  • Andrew | December 19, 2012 2:26 PMReply

    Don't make movies unless you can handle criticism. Simple.

  • Ade | December 19, 2012 12:40 PMReply

    I wish Gallo would share Promises Written in Water with the world.

  • qwerty | December 19, 2012 12:21 PMReply

    Gallo somewhat comes off as the asshole here (surprise surprise). 2 out 3 of those critics actually had nice things to say about his film! And he just comes off as defensive and somewhat rude for no apparent reason.

  • yer | December 19, 2012 12:29 PM

    If you listen to what he says it actually makes a lot of sense. He isn't exactly saying anything that's absurd or purely reactionary.

  • John | December 19, 2012 11:30 AMReply

    Vincent gallo's voice is just like the camera guy on Bangbus

  • D | December 28, 2012 2:54 AM

    Ok v.

  • yer | December 19, 2012 12:25 PM

    LMAO. Why does this make sense to me??

  • Ghanga | December 19, 2012 9:27 AMReply

    Vincent Gallo is the best.

  • Sal Chicho | December 19, 2012 10:35 AM

    Ghanga, you're right.

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