A selection from an exhibition of new works by American portrait photographer Sandro Miller who has worked closely with actor John Malkovich and other ensemble members of Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company for many years, creating, among other things, the award wining short film Butterflies.
Here, many of the iconic American art portraits that helped shape Sandro’s career have been fully Malkovich’d – a nod to one memorable scene from the movie Being John Malkovich.
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Does he still want to shoot a journalist and a politician that he doesn’t agree with?
In a 2002 appearance at the Cambridge Union Society, when asked whom he would most like to fight to the death, Malkovich replied that he would “rather just shoot” journalist Robert Fisk and British MP George Galloway.
Well, he is a republican. I think we all have people we’ve said we’d like to shoot. And opting for the gun rather than a bruising fight is just him being as flippant in his answer as the question put to him, no :)