Gallo's humour

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Have you been following the Page Six brouhaha between Vincent Gallo and Roger Ebert over the reception of The Brown Bunny at Cannes? I have, I cheerfully admit, and I loved this essay from Ebert presenting his comments on the events:

Gallo goes on the offensive after 'Bunny' flop Gallo all but wept in a Cannes interview as he described the pain of "growing up ugly," but empathy has its limits, and he had no tears for a fat pig and slave-trader such as myself. It is true that I am fat, but one day I will be thin, and he will still be the director of "The Brown Bunny." [read all]
Yeah, baby.
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