“There is no walking back from that one, Mel.”
Trying to imagine how screwed everyone would be if there lives were ruined by things they said when they were so drunk they blew a .23 on the breathalyzer test...nope, I can’t imagine it. Unless you’re one of those “wine makes you truthful” believers. Then there’s no further discussion...
Alcohol could not make someone say something that they did not believe and it certainly could not make a good person say:
F**king Jews...the Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world.
Nor could alcohol make a good person say:
“You look like a f-—cking pig in heat and if you get raped by a pack of n-—ers it will be your fault.”
At that point, he was getting bashed so relentlessly by the Jews, and the MSM for creating “The Passion” that I don’t blame him for breaking under the strain. He creates a brilliant film in dedication to his new found faith and a renewed vigor that resulted, but he got literally crucified for it and they are still holding it over his head as if he had made a film glorifying Nazism. That film wasn’t just a dedication to faith, but a brilliantly done piece of cinematic art, with a rawness that was real and he went above and beyond what he had to do. Since then he’s done “Apocalypto,” which is a genius film that brings to reality the culture of the declining Mayan empire and it also was done in the same fashion, with a reality that next to no directors/producers take the time to recreate.
Anyone in his situation would have cracked up and gone beserk.