"С тех пор, как Гуттенберг изобрел печатный станок, молодежь пошла не та. Уткнутся в книгу - никакой духовности.» Никола Флавийский, 1444 г.
When Matthew McConaughey was preparing for the psychedelically complex character he plays in HBO's twisted, acclaimed True Detective (the final episode airs on Sunday), he made a monster document to help him find his way. The show spans 17 years, during which time Rustin "Rust" Cohle variously exists as a sober, hyperanalytical homicide detective, a coke-and-meth-fueled undercover agent he calls "Crash" and a troubled, alcoholic ex-cop. "I just basically broke it down and made a 450-page graph of where Cohle was and where he was coming from," McConaughey says, flipping through the document until he gets to part he's looking for.

Here, in McConaughey's own words, are the "Four Stages of Rustin Cohle":

@темы: официальные материалы, Раст Коул