Al Pacino is at the Venice Film Festival this weekend promoting Manglehorn and The Humbling, but people are more interested in what the Oscar winner has to say about life. "People go into depression and it’s very, very sad and it can last and it’s terrifying. I know that, I’ve had bouts with stuff that comes close to that, but not with that intensity. I feel spared, I feel lucky," Pacino said at one of his two press conferences.
"In Godfather II, I would imagine Michael Corleone was depressed," he said. The conversation wasn't so heavy the whole time, though, and Pacino admitted he loved Guardians of the Galaxy. "It was amazing. I did find it the most entertaining, inventive, beautiful film. So I’m not anti-[studios] at all."
Here's Pacino arriving in Venice. By boat, obviously.