Al Pacino On Botching Shakespeare And Making ‘The Humbling’ (Pt. 2)

In part 2 of our Rough Cuts conversation with Al Pacino, the Oscar winner talks in the video below about the aging actor he plays in his new film, The Humbling, and his own humbling moments with Shakespeare in stage and other performances.

The film is based on a novel of the same name by Philip Roth, and is directed by Barry Levinson from a screenplay by Buck Henry and Michael Zebede.

Pacino talks with Deadline’s Dominic Patten in this series of clips from our Rough Cuts series. If you missed it yesterday, you can see Part 1 here. And below is Part 2, with more to come.

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