Appearing in Gap print ads for Fall 2003 collection
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[on indie vs. mainstream films] The only thing is that on a small movie you don't have to wait around very long to shoot your scenes, but then when you shoot them they don't spend very much time with them. On a big movie you wait for hours and days to actually do your bit, but then when it comes, with some exceptions, you tend to be able to spend more time doing it and over it. And I don't know, ...
His father, Pietro, is a senior fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC.