Tuesday, January 22, 2013
'MOTHER OF GEORGE' Star Isaach De Bankolé Gushes Over the Art of Fillmmaking at Sundance
While reviews of his new film MOTHER OF GEORGE begin to pour in, actor Isaach De Bankolé (Casino Royale, TV's 24) reflects on his road to Sundance and what inspired him to act. He says, "I never thought this kind of work existed in the world. Every day I get to be a different person."
In the video, released from the film institute, Bankolé discusses the film, which details the lives of Nigerian-American newlyweds Adenike (The Walking Dead's Danai Gurira) and Ayodele (Bankolé) as they settle in New York City.
The film also stars Yaya Alafia (The Messenger, Tron: Legacy).
Bankolé also remarks about the first film that inspired him to act -- Strangers in Paradise. Check out the full clip below: