Toronto : Canada Sep 10, 2011 By Abdel Fattah Hussein
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The actor presents his film "Moneyball" in the International Film Festival Toronto and says that to succeed tested the "Satanism"
. .... The actor Brad Pitt said today that he is proud of his latest film, Moneyball, and joked that the good result obtained is the result of which has made a pact with the devil, for the world premiere of the film at the International Festival Toronto Film (TIFF).
"I grew up in a Christian atmosphere. Healthy, a family with much love, and not try anything on my own until I was an adult and I left my home. And what we tried is Satanism.'s Working very well. I made a pact . So the film has gone so well, "Pitt joked during a press conference held today in Toronto.
Brad Pitt also said that the stories of losers are your weakness and that gender delcine sport in the world "is very interesting."
Pitt, who is also starring in Moneyball is the producer of the film, directed by Bennett Miller (Capote, 2005), told a press conference held today in Toronto that has a weakness for these stories of losers.
"To me (I'm attracted) to question things that are set each day ... because we did something for a long time, does that mean it is right? If we were inventing the automobile today, would we make a finite resource used by the we have to go to war and export billions of dollars of our GDP?
"No, we would probably like a laptop. These are the kinds of questions that inspire me," said American actor.
"It's a complicated material. It has no conventional narrative or a conventional character. So I took a long time and many people trying to get out," said Pitt, who during the press conference was accompanied by his co-stars, Jonah Hill, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Chris Pratt and director of the film.
"Finally, I could not forget the story of a group that is trapped in a sport unfair and unjust situation. Of necessity had to be reinvented," he said.
"It's a story about values, how other people value, what we consider success and failure, how we choose our values," he said.
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"I grew up in a very Christian environment," he revealed. "A very healthy environment and a loving family, but there were parameters that I didn't understand. I questioned it, and it took me until my adult years until I could really try new things — that was Satanism. It works really well, I made a pact and the movie came out. No, you're really dealing with certain things as you grow up and you've got to try things on for yourself and really figure out what works for you and what doesn't. I just relate to that time, it's a very personal time, it's a comfort system and you cut the tether and find yourself very on your own with nothing to hold on to."