I honestly believe Hoffman is one of the best actors in the history of cinema! His character in “Rainman” was amazing. “Midnight Cowboy” is a classic. Luckily, I have only seen about half his films so I have a lot to look forward to. 😉 ❤
As far as insecurities go, I believe that all of us who want to do our best, feel insecure at times. Artists feel insecure a lot. After all, most of us spent much of our lives being told we can't do what we do. Those tapes will play until we learn to play new tapes with positive messages. Even then, the negative thoughts come back every time a new problem comes up.
Peace, love & the joy of doing your best to all,
Sherrie Miranda’s historically based, coming of age, Adventure novel “Secrets & Lies in El Salvador” is about an American girl in war-torn El Salvador:
Her husband made a video for her novel. He wrote the song too. You can watch it on her Home page: https://sherriemiranda1.wordpress.com Or go to Youtube & type in the title of her novel! 😉 ❤
Hoffman, 78, often professes himself riven with insecurities and convinced that every job will be his last. “You don’t erase the first 10 years of your life, it stays with you, it’s imprinted … you didn’t work!” he says. “Selfishly, I feel, well, I just got in under the gun.” However, he has nothing to prove. With a catalogue of era-defining movies including The Graduate, Lenny, All the President’s Men, Straw Dogs and Tootsie, he’s one of the pre-eminent film stars of the last 50 years. While it’s doubtful that Kung Fu Panda 3, the film he’s promoting today in New York, will join The Graduate and Midnight Cowboy in the National Film Registry, it’s still a perfectly charming kids’ movie, enhanced by Hoffman’s infinitely expressive growl. […]
So who’s the best actor of all time? Hoffman doesn’t believe in the concept, but he believes in best performances. “The first…
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