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Topic - Pacino'S "Godfather
"What happened to me is in life, I started to get used to other things besides myself doing something funny or coming up with jokes, and I started to get into what is the playwright and what the playwrights say and that the play is the thing, like Hamlet says," says Mr. Pacino. "I became more or less sort of serious about things."
"That character was so consuming," says Mr. Pacino. "Part of the reason why was because of its restraint, because of what is demanded of it in that style. The innards of that character, what his psyche was going through. To portray that probably affected me in some way."