"Lying for a Living". Brando taught an acting seminar. He hired Tony Kaye to produce. For 14 days Brando discussed acting, among other things, in front of seven digital video cameras and about 40 people. The students ranged from well-known actors to unknown aspiring actors. In attendance at various times were Jon Voight
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[after directing One-Eyed Jacks
(1961)] I don't feel it's what I set out to do. In my film, everybody lied, even the girl. The only one who told the truth was the Karl Malden
character. Paramount made him out to be the heavy, a liar. Now the characters in the film are black and white, not gray and human as I planned them.
Usually received top-billing in movies. Even if didn't have the titular role or was the most seen character