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Joaquin Phoenix revealed what it was like to walk the line in a religious cult.
In the December issue of Playboy magazine, the star talked about being born into the Children of God religious group, with whom his parents, John and Arlyn Bottom, and his siblings — Rain, Liberty, Summer and the late River — traveled through Central and South America in the early 1970s.
It can't just be a change in camera angle since the door is the last one on the hall.
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But after 30-plus years in the acting game, when he’s not busy filming with top directors such as Ridley Scott, Paul Thomas Anderson or Spike Jonze, Phoenix’s public image has been known to get murky. His weight ballooned; he sprouted a bushy beard, donned sunglasses, dreadlocked his hair and played a couple of train-wreck gigs.
Actor Casey Affleck, Phoenix’s friend and brother-in-law (married since 2006 to Phoenix’s sister Summer), filmed it all—including Phoenix’s romps with hookers and cocaine—for a 2010 movie, I’m Still Here, advertised as a documentary.
Sometimes funny, sometimes shocking, and always riveting, the film is a portrait of an artist at a crossroads.
I don't belong in this valley, this river, this low dark ocean with all these drops of water...See more » "Joaquin, I'm sorry you couldn't be here tonight." David Letterman As a piece of performance art, I'm Still Here is as good a mockumentary about celebrity insanity as you will ever get, except, of course, for This is Spinal Tap, which is the real deal of satire.Director Casey Affleck follows his brother-in-law for more than a year after Phoenix's decision to retire from his successful acting career and become a hip-hop artist.She knew Harrison for a few years before she started dating him.Joaquin Phoenix heads to his car after dining out at Crossroads restaurant on Saturday evening (February 22) in West Hollywood, Calif.