Jim Carrey explains weird, metaphysical Fashion Week interview by getting even more weird and metaphysical – AV Club

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Earlier this week, we reported on a weird interview Jim Carrey gave at New York’s Fashion Week final weekend, through which he first circled reporter Catt Sadler like a prowling animal, earlier than answering her questions with cheerfully blunt philosophical statements like “There is no such thing as a me” and “There are simply issues taking place and there are clusters of tetrahedrons shifting round collectively.”

Given the web-huge “Huh?” Carrey’s efficiency provoked, he apparently felt moved to make clear these odd, metaphysical statements afterward within the week, releasing a brand new raft of wierd, metaphysical statements on the Toronto Worldwide Movie Competition. “As an actor you play characters, and if you happen to go deep sufficient into these characters, you notice your personal character is fairly skinny to start with,” Carrey—who has quite a few new initiatives within the works, including a Showtime series and the upcoming documentary Jim And Andyexplained in an interview. “You abruptly have this separation and go, ‘Who’s Jim Carrey? Oh, he doesn’t exist truly.’ There’s only a relative manifestation of consciousness showing, and somebody gave him a reputation, a faith, a nationality, and he clustered these collectively into one thing that’s speculated to be a persona, and it doesn’t truly exist. None of that stuff, if you happen to drill down, is actual.”

Additionally hopefully not actual: the catty responses of the hosts of the Australian morning present that broadcast the interview, who appeared deeply perplexed at the concept 23 years of getting “Hey, Ace Ventura, go fuck your self!” yelled at you on the day by day may make somebody just a little more iffy on the intrinsic worth of their private identification or model.

[via BoingBoing]

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Jim Carrey explains weird, metaphysical Fashion Week interview by getting even more weird and metaphysical - AV Club