There are two movies Jodie Foster thinks everybody ought to watch of their lifetime, and one in every of them is Crew America: World Police.
The actor lately chatted with Greta Lee for a brand new function in Interview, throughout which the Previous Lives star requested Foster what film she thought each individual must see: “Effectively, All the things All over the place All at As soon as,” Foster answered, earlier than including: “Oh, and that is in all probability primary — the puppet film Crew America: World Police.”
Directed by South Park co-creator Trey Parker, 2004’s Crew America follows a counterterrorist police drive who should save the world from Kim Jong Il, encountering loads of liberal Hollywood actors within the course of. “A humorousness is my touchstone, and I’ve a really dumb humorousness,” Foster continued. “Typically with actors, even in probably the most dramatic circumstances, I prefer to chortle with them. I prefer to chortle about actually intense issues.”
Contemplating All the things All over the place All at As soon as encapsulates themes of existentialism, nihilism, generational trauma, and extra all by an absurdist lens, it’s no surprise Foster resonated with that one, too.
Foster at the moment stars on the newest iteration of HBO’s True Detective.