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Just in that little area of her life. He even calls the audience his family. Co-star Mickey Rourke certainly has a storied past and a questionable reputation, so if he can scare off investors - Aronofsky stated Rourke's involvement was a primary difficulty in getting financing - could he influence Tomei's decision to join the project? The pole is very very hard and I have a new respect for that. Cassidy is a stripper whose real name is Pam.
It turned out to be pretty much what I expected. But in this movie his ravaged appearance works. It wasn't clear in the script. Tragic yes, depressing no. But they also tell me how empowering it is. When I did gymnastics as a kid, I was always a balance beam-floor kind of gymnast; I was never an uneven bars type of person. But I didn't really identify too much.
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So I was always against nudity for myself but without being judgmental. I had to catch on to that a bit. His speech before the fight explains this. However, she has feelings for Randy, who pays her for lap dances, but she tries hard to keep him at a distance. Just in that little area of her life.
His happiest moments are when he goes back to the locker room after a fight, and the other wrestlers applaud him. Subscribe to Screen Anarchy. Evan Rachel Wood and Mickey Rourke. Tomei's fears proved to be well-founded as The Wrestler was not only brisk in temperature, but brisk in pacing as well, shooting in just 35 days. I thought, "You've just asked me to go through Hell for you…. She teaches yoga and is a masseuse also and she had the same build that I have so that gave me a little more confidence because my idea of what a stripper was supposed to look like was not what I look like. It wasn't clear in the script.