《迪纳秀!》 《拳头大风暴》首映篇 1978
Do I have regrets? Hell yeah, I have regrets.
But that also is what motivates me to overcome the regrets.
To, like, fix it.
And I do that through painting, or I do that through writing.
'Cause I can't fix it physically.
You know, that fucking thing called time.
Gone. You know, I look at… Like,
of you're ever on a train,
in every window… …scenery is going by.
It's like a photo. Wham, wham, wham.
And you're never coming that way again.
And that's what your life is. Whoosh!
Snapping images seen whipping by.
And you can't… It's gone.
It's really easy to become complacent.
I thought, "I gotta do something drastic."
Everything is getting kind of mundane, repetitive.
I can feel myself withering a little bit, drying up,
就像老蔫的无花果 从树上坠下 日渐干瘪
like an old fig that fell off a tree. You know, you're drying up.
Jesus, what am I gonna be around for? Another 20 years?
I don't wanna be complacent for 20 years.
So I said, "Well, you really want to get the adrenals going?"
And that's why I gotta move east.
Nothing, I think, inspires you than taking your house or your history,
balling it up. You know…
Who is this man, Sylvester Stallone?
艺术家 作家 诗人 表演者
Artist, writer, poet, performer,
How does that happen?
Sly is a guy who always will go down his own path.
And if that path doesn't exist, he'll run the road himself.
He was a self-creator.
Ostensibly, he didn't appear to be a great actor.
He didn't have obvious charisma.
But he invented something else.
An actor who writes and directs himself.
He's not the first person to do it, but he was the first superstar to do it.
He really understood what people wanted to see him do.
I was invested in the Stallone story
as if it were my story.
It was my daydream of… of what could happen in a career.
There is no one that has stepped into three franchises.
The genius behind that.
This was not an accident.
Can you show me some of those cassettes that you found while packing up?
Yeah, I got some.
This is New York Times.
Could you do me a favor?
I start off by quoting from your press release,
and then you pick up the story where I leave off. Right? Okay.
"Sylvester Stallone was born in the tough Hell's Kitchen section of New York
in the sweltering summer of 1946."
I never, ever, ever thought I would come back here.
I was born in Hell's Kitchen. I was New York.
I haven't been here in 65 years.
You guys livin' here?
No, I'm 45th.
I used to live here. -You lived in this block here?
对 没错 -当时附近什么样？
Yeah, absolutely. -What was the neighborhood like then?
It was rough. -Yeah?
Well, it was really Hell's Kitchen back then. Yeah.
I remember, the window was always open.
So you learn a lot about human nature,
and you're observing life.
You're watching a movie.
“嘿 你什么时候过来？” “我明天来”
"Hey, when you coming over?" "I'm coming over tomorrow."
"Shut your friggin' window."
It's back and forth.
I remember my father, like, always wearing, like, an Italian T-shirt,
and, like, just… it looked like something out of an Arthur Miller play.
View from the Bridge, it was… That's my life.
My father came to New York. That's where he met my mother.
He's a barber transitioning into "cosmetology"
'cause there was more money as a hairdresser.
Our father was also very self-conscious because I don't think he was educated.
Any kind of slight or insult would, like…
He'd go off.
Our mother was pretty bad too.
She was pretty handy with the old hairbrush and the shower brush.
她的指甲很长 而且从来不会折断 她会说:“你给我过来!”
She had long nails that'd never break. She'd go, "Come here, you!"
My mother was a cigarette girl at Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe.
That's primarily where the money was coming from.
My father told me that… she just was afraid to have a kid.
Even though she was nine months pregnant, she kept riding around on the bus.
And she'd gone into labor.
Somebody smart enough to get her off the bus,
they carry her into a charity ward.
And that's where I was brought into the world,
via this accident,
which kind of paralyzed all the nerves on the side of my mouth.
So I was born with this snarl.
She was quite eccentric, colorful,
very, very, very outspoken and unpredictable.
I know I've got a certain kind of…
ferocity from my father, no question.
Our mother and father, it was like clockwork.
I'd be up in bed, and you'd just hear them screaming and yelling.
And I was petrified… 'cause, I mean, I could just feel the reverberation.
I think they both were so self-absorbed with their own stuff, my parents,
that they just pawned us off.
The majority of the time I was living in a boarding house.
Basically 12 months a year,
never went home, 'cause they just didn't have time.
They were both working.
And people say, "Oh, you feel deprived and you weren't nurtured."
I thought, "Yeah, that's true."
And maybe the nurturing comes from
the respect and love of strangers.
To feel embraced and loved by an audience,
I wish I could get over it, but… you can't.
I think movies for me and him were total, absolutely escapism.
I would spend untold hours in theaters, and I don't care what it was,
I'd sit there and watch this thing five, six times
and then go home at four in the afternoon.
That's the life I wanted to lead. That's the ideals. Grandeur.
That's hard work, and triumphs over evil.
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