It’s ten years since you made ‘Buffalo 66’ with Vincent Gallo.
I was seventeen, yeah. It was my first movie away without my mother. Not a wise choice. I really didn’t understand what was going on most of the time working with a crazy lunatic man. I’d never encountered such insanity.
He said some nice things about your weight.
Oh yes, I’ve been there. Horrible things. He waited three or four years and then decided to make fun of my weight at the time that we were shooting ‘Buffalo 66’. He waited that long to make fun of a seventeen-year-old. It’s so bizarre, and I hadn’t seen him in years, I hadn’t done anything to him. It was just like: okay, asshole.
Did you get on with him when making the film?
No, not really. He’s one of those people who sometimes he’s so nice to you and then the next he imagines that you’ve done something horrible and he’ll start screaming at you. It’s difficult to get on well with someone like that.
Did you see his next film, ‘The Brown Bunny’?
Oh, I didn’t see it. I have no interest in seeing anything he ever does again.
(via Christina Ricci interview - Features - Film - Time Out London)
I love that movie but Vincent Gallo is the world’s biggest prick