Brad Pitt in the image of Ophelia and the main thing from his interview with GQ magazineBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/brad-pitt-in-the-image-of-ophelia-and-the-main-thing-from-his-interview-with-gq-magazine
Actor Brad Pitt appeared on the cover of the new issue of the British magazine GQ. The actor gave an interview to the publication (and this is not his first interview with GQ), and also starred in an unusual photo shoot, the author of which was the Russian-German photographer Elizaveta Porodina.
The 58-year-old Pitt, who has recently started acting less and producing more, said that he often thinks about what lies ahead, about the path he wants to chart for the last stages of his busy creative career.
The actor also admitted that he records his dreams and tries to analyze them. According to him, the study of dreams is part of this process, as well as digging into your own past in search of wisdom that comes from trials.
On the cover and other photos of the photoshoot, the actor poses in bright shirts and suits in the style of the 70s and 80s. The glamour and retro charm of the photo is given by a specific photo processing, which creates a psychedelic atmosphere.
During the conversation, Brad shared his philosophical remarks about his life and the world:
I've always felt very lonely in my life. Lonely when I was a child, lonely even here, and only recently have I become closer to my friends and family.
I'm a murderer. I'm a lover. I have the capacity for great empathy, but I can slip into meanness."
The actor also shared his passion for art, which reached a new level during quarantine.
He now starts his day playing guitar and also does ceramics and even made two candlesticks for the house, painting them black and gold. The actor described ceramics classes as "a single, very quiet, very tactile sport."
The actor also told about the transition to a healthy lifestyle. Brad has not been drinking alcohol for almost six years.
After Angelina Jolie filed for divorce in 2016 (Brad did not touch on the topic of his personal life in an interview), he stopped drinking and attended Alcoholics Anonymous for a year and a half.
According to the actor, there are certain people who can have bad habits all their lives and not think about the consequences, but he does not consider himself to be such.