“Well I don’t know what to say about that, I don’t know.” But his moment without an opinion is short-lived.“I look at Scarface and I don’t see that as the metaphor.
I see what Brian De Palma was talking about when we made it.
He has never been married but has three children, the first with acting coach Jan Tarrant in 1989 and then twins with actress Beverly D’Angelo.
He has been attached to a host of his co-stars, including a two-decade long on-off affair with Godfather co-star Diane Keaton.
Talking about Manglehorn sees Pacino ramble about obsessions, the pertinence of Holly Hunter’s character being called Dawn, which then fuses into more praise for the director, before he ends on a commentary about his acting method: “I tried to make the performance come from the unconscious. He has been known to give 20-minute Shakespeare soliloquies in interviews. Nonetheless, that’s probably a good thing, as it’s hard to imagine him as the loveable rogue.