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And I thought I was crazy! When I saw that documentary Not Quite Hollywood , I found out that the Aboriginal actor David Gulpilil — who was just a kid when we shot the movie — was convinced that I was possessed by evil spirits. But there's nothing evil about Bundaberg Rum! Incest's the last great taboo, I think. You can make movies about more or less anything else and no one will flinch, but you even suggest tackling that subject and they'll show you the door.

Out Of The Blue was this intense Canadian drama that I 'inherited' — the original director, Leonard Yakir, got fired and the producers yanked me out of the bullpen.

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Linda Manz is this damaged kid who's having a hard time being brought up by her junkie mother and me, her ex-con old man. We had some fine supporting actors, too — Raymond Burr was in it; Perry Mason! It's been said the movie's a companion piece to Easy Rider. I think it's fine if people want to think of it as that.

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Everyone hated the film, of course. Or, at least, everyone in America hated it. We got a pretty decent reception in Cannes. They've always been good to me there. That was nice. Did it bother me, not winning the Oscar? No, not really.


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People never seem to win them for the right films. Depending where you're from, you might know this movie as Acts Of Love or as Carried Away or as the movie where you get to see my junk! Bruno Barreto was Brazilian, and his wife at the time, Amy Irving, co-starred.

I play a crippled schoolteacher who still lives with his mom and who's been dating Irving's character since forever. Then Amy Locane comes to town, this teenage sex bomb, and my character takes up with this nympho. It sounds really tawdry, but I think it's great. There's one really cool scene where Amy's father, this no-nonsense army guy played by Gary Busey, comes over, and you think I'm going to get it, but instead he breaks down and acknowledges that his daughter has a problem.

That seemed so cool to me. So many films exist in a black-and-white world, but we were daring to say, hey, not every kid is innocent and not every dirty old man is that dirty. Okay, so it's not the most popular message — the movie wasn't a hit — but do you only go to see movies that uphold your world view, or those that challenge it? If you don't go to the movies to think, you're a prick.

I can't say Out Of Season is one of the best movies I made, but it gave me the chance to work with two really great actresses: Gina Gershon, who's one of those terrific ballsy actors who comes along once a generation, and Dominique Swain, who I'd wanted to work with ever since seeing her in the Lolita remake.