Wednesday, March 17, 2010


I don't know if anyone maybe skipped over this in the The Trouble with Bambi reading, but I'd like to draw attention to its hilarity. I just reread the article while studying...

" Kiefer Sutherland told Playboy that Bambi was the first film he ever saw and, he said, 'it's still the film with which I compare everything.... It taught me about—I guess on a broad scale—sexuality. I was in love with Thumper's girlfriend from the time I was seven until I was ten. She's got all that eye shadow on and she's looking real good.'"

The article then continues with Bambi's impact on American culture. Random?

1 comment:

Ali said...

Yeah I remember that...Weird huh?
As person I always felt uneasy about Sutherland, never quite able to pin point his personality. But I've enjoyed various parts that he has played over his career. Now (after reading that) I don't like him off screen as much. I'll just go back to enjoying the original characters I knew him as... in Lost Boys & Stand by Me. AAH the good 'ol days.