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Been A LONG Time! Mel Gibson Grants Rare Interview!

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Is it just us, or was he looking really jittery and uncomfortable?

Aside from The Beaver and 2010's Edge of Darkness, Mel Gibson has been pretty much MIA for the past several years…except of course for his unfortunate personal life, that is.

Now, following The Beaver's screening at Cannes, Mel's finally decided to sit down in front of a camera to talk about his new film (above).

What do U think about Mel's interview? Are U curious to see his performance in The Beaver?

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11 comments to “Been A LONG Time! Mel Gibson Grants Rare Interview!”

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    I plan to see The Beaver, and think what they're addressing is important. Good interview here, and am interested in what consummate director Mel will come up with next.



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    It would be unnatural if he wasn't looking a little nervous and jittery. He's aware that he's f#cked up big time and the media hates him. The film was well received at Cannes but flopped in the US. Wouldn't it be interesting if it ends up as a major award winner and then Americans will flock to see it on re-release? With hope, Mel's getting professional help for his personal issues that have bee made very public. He's still a talented actor and director.



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    The Beaver was just released today in Germany and it is amazing. The storyline, the actors, the music. Jodie Foster did an outstanding job as a director and Mel Gibson proves that he is a master of his craft.
    You'll find yourself laughing quite a bit throughout the movie and at the same time u'll feel a sadness settling inside u. It's not a popcorn movie that u simply walk out on when u leave the movie theatre it'll stick with u and gets u thinking.



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    Watching the interview I am reminded that I am watching a man who's whole life has been grabbed roughly by the ankles and given a violent shake down. Watching the preview of the movie I am reminded of what a true talent he and Miss Foster are.

    I sincerely hope that the general public can put this behind them and let what seems to be a fragile man get on with his life. He had one total melt-down with a woman who was cold and calculating and she dragged that out through over 40 lawyers. He gave up so much to be with her and lost the rest because of her. I am deciding right here, right now, that Mel Gibson's personal life is no longer a source of interest for me and that I am reverting back to being a fan of his work. I ALWAYS enjoy his movies.

    Go Mel.



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    Mel has receive an all around rotten review of his work. The general public or masses has a I.Q. of 15 and I'm glad this guy has hung in there even though most of Hollywood is powerful controlling Jewish people who try and act like Mr. & Mrs. Liberal. Mel has a chance but a slim one.



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    I want to see it. It looked great in the previews. I just couldn't find many theaters playing it. I don't give a shit about the controversy, I care about good work….



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    I cannot wait to see this film! Mel is a very talented actor and he never fails to deliver! Is he nervous and jittery, why yes. But it's time to move past what was said and done and focus on what he has to offer. I'm a victim of domestic violence and I have never waivered to stand by him on that issue. I love this guy regardless. He is facing his demons and it's time we back off and let him do what he does best, ACT & DIRECT.



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    "Fucking Jews… The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world… Are you a Jew?" — to male police officer during 2006 DUI arrest,

    "What do you think you're looking at, sugar tits?" — to female police officer during 2006 DUI arrest,

    "I want to kill him…I want his intestines on a stick… I want to kill his dog." —on New York Times reporter Frank Rich, who criticized The Passion of the Christ, to The New Yorker in 2003

    "I own Malibu… I am going to fuck you." — to arresting officer during 2006 DUI, via

    "They take it up the ass. [laughs, stands up, bends over, points to anus] This is only for taking a shit." —to Spanish newspaper El Pais when asked what he thinks of gays

    "With this look, who's going to think I'm gay? I don't lend myself to that type of confusion. Do I look like a homosexual? Do I talk like them? Do I move like them?" —from the El Pais interview

    "I'll apologize when hell freezes over. They can fuck off." —to Playboy in 1995, about whether he'd issue an apology to gays and lesbians, as GLAAD recommended



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    You're projecting Perez. He doesn't look jittery at all. You just want him to be. He will regain his status not matter how much the money grubbing whore tried to profit of his crazy ways. Team Mel. =]



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    I like Mel. Always have, always will…regardless of everything that has happened! He's a very talented man, and i think people should look passed his personal life and concentrate more on his work!



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    When Mel said, "The Jews are the cause of all wars"… why doesn't he explain what he meant? The private class A shareholders of the Federal Reserve are responsible for engaing the US troops into WW1 and WW2 (whoch were both PHONY wars set up by the SAME bankers in Europe starting in 1914), and those banking familes are Rothschild, Warburg, Schiff, Oppenheimer, Kuhn Loeb, Lazard Bros of Paris, Lehman and Goldman Sachs. They are all Jewish. the others are Rockefeller and JP Morgan Chase. Technically Mr. Gibson is correct, however these banking families were acting on command of the Royal Houses of Europe (Saxe-Coburg-Gotha-Battenburg > which is the House of Windosr), The Vatican and the Black Nobility. Mel needs to explain what he meant and all will be revealed! Even Oliver Stone has been trying to reveal this as well. The Bavarian Illuminati needs to be purged from this earth once and for all.