Getting to collaborate with him is quite literally the best thing that's happened to me since my wife asked me to marry her." "I was terrified during improvisation that he might ask me something about Nietzsche, like, 'What do you think about the Ubermensch?
' The night before he arrived, I spent hours Wikipedia-ing Jean-Paul Sartre and others just in case he threw me a curveball." "Come on, we've all been Viggo-tized before." "I'm really honoured and privileged to introduce to you a man of conviction, of compassion, intelligence, artistic integrity, a great actor and a fine citizen of the world, a man I'm proud to call my friend : Viggo Mortensen." "He was the chocolate crack dealer." "Viggo's cheap, he's available and he's obedient!
And he's got a great chin." "He is so brilliant he makes me sick." Viggo pulled out shirts from his bag, then candies, chocolates and caramels that he distributed like ***** ***** to each child, all under the astonished and pleased gazes of the customers who by now consider the 'American friend' as one of their own.
Miguel Ángel Nepomuceno Diario de León 20 August 2006 Translated for V-W by Margarita "To be honest about the climbing scenes, I have a little *******," says Mortensen. I'm glad I look like I'm comfortable." Viggo Mortensen is a marvel in 'Captain Fantastic' Bryan Alexander USA Today Few stars of his stature would consider such a low-budget arthouse film in a foreign language - let alone co-produce it, be able to act in both Spanish and Danish, and be prepared to sport such spectacularly awful ********. …."And of course the movie comes out the next fall or whatever, and I told my family, 'Friday.' And I'm not in it.
And scary too, because in a role like that you have to fit in, whereas you don't if you play a sociopath. "It was like a compulsive thing after a while," the actor explains. He would just be there like, 'Whatever.''' "Is it horrible? He also accepted that gift with a lot of dignity and in an extremely generous spirit.