Video July 2, 2013
Terence Stamp Gets (Very Dirty) Acting Advice From The Great Federico Fellini

George talks to British actor Terence Stamp about some salacious acting advice he got from the legendary Italian film director and screenwriter Federico Fellini.

If you're wondering why we bleeped out a lot of the words... Trust us. It's for the best.

In this clip, Terence talks about...

Fellini's advice on set

Terence: I can tell you. You may have to bleep some of the words, though. On the first day, I catch his eye, and he just leaned into me, and said, "last night, you was playing 'Macbeth', and after the show, you go to a party, but really it's a orgy, so it's lots of drinking, and lots of hashish, and f***ing, lots of f***ing, big guy f***ing you, drinking, smoking, cocaine, all night. Next morning they take you to the airport. Before they put you on the plane they give you big tab LSD. Now you're here."

I said, "okay."

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