He has appeared in a variety of films, including directing The Unforgiven, the popular $ 1 million film, Gran Torino, The American Mole, and The Sniper. Clint Eastwood is making a comeback in the Western drama
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Eastwood referred to his long career and acting career in both acting and directing, and spoke about the reasons for continuing to make films in the 1990s. He says he has not finished working with the industry yet and will continue to do so as long as the audience is not tired of seeing him. Here are Eastwood's words:
"I mean, why am I still making a film at the age of ninety?" Do
the audience want to throw rotten tomatoes at me? I have reached a
point where I think I have not done my job completely yet, there is
still work to be done in this industry. "Even if you ask a fool
this question, you will still get the same answer."
Eastwood seems to see no reason to distance himself from filmmaking. At the age when all directors retire, he is still aware of it and no one is against his presence. The 91-year-old probably has as many stories to tell the audience as he can direct and act in, and nothing will stand in his way. Eastwood is right, no one is throwing tomatoes at him, and his films will be successful at the box office. Is trying. Unforgiven in 1992, he portrayed an old farmer who could barely control his horse and was instrumental in deconstructing Eastwood's character as a stubborn cowboy. Crying Macho explores being a man in the true sense of the word. Stubborn characters in Eastwood's previous titles, such as the seven-year-old character in The Good Bad Bad Ugly or the criminal Sheriff in Dirty Harry, are challenging. If Eastwood continues to make the film after Crying Macho, he will do so with the support of seventy years of experience in the field. His unique way of making and narrating a film that is unparalleled in Hollywood will be a gift to his audience. They can see his unique vision in the movie Crying Macho, which is currently being shown in cinemas and aired on the Ach and Max network.