The producers of “No God No Master” sent me this rendering of me as Carlo Tresca. I don’t know who made it, but it is lovely to have. Oh, to be a work of art. It looks like something that should be hanging in a museum.
Over the years, a few people have sent me drawings of myself, usually based on existing photos, and I always get a kick out of them.
Well, after a great shoot in Milwaukee on No God, No Master with the wonderful David Strathairn, it’s back to New York for heat waves, frigid subways and a lot of sirens. I think the thick air must create some kind of echo chamber because the city is as loud as I ever remember it.
Still, it’s good to be back, even though I didn’t want the shoot to end. The cast and crew were brilliant, and I really enjoyed my time as Carlo Tresca.
All things must pass, so… onward to the next project, whatever that may be. These are the days in which actors either go a bit stir crazy, wondering why they aren’t offered the next job immediately, or take the time to “mend nets,” as a friend put it. I think I’ll mend nets.