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So when Kate (Jessica Alba), Richard’s stunning, athletic, 25-year-old American girlfriend tells him that she is pregnant, Richard is shocked.Putting his wandering eye behind him, he marries her and agrees to move to Los Angeles to start their family. When I ask Keanu Reeves – in one of these many failed invitations to conversation – to tell me some things about him that are true, his single reply, after a certain amount of delay and discomfort, is, "I was born in Beirut, Lebanon." Back then, in the mid-Sixties, Beirut was a thriving cosmopolitan city. (When he says, "Oh, gosh," it usually marks a kind of incredulity that the preceding question has been asked.) "That's one I'll keep to myself."Well, pulling back, what sense do you have of why you wanted to do, or ended up doing, what you did? There are things I have thought about it and things I have perspective on, but for some reason I just don't want to speak about them."Later, after communication has become easier but after he has just paused again for an eternity, I ask this: When you take a long time to answer a question, what are you thinking about? Reeves has previously said that they have not spoken since he was about thirteen. I'm not."Do you have no ongoing relationship with your genetic father? "I feel bad that his life is affected by it, if it is. "I'd never met anyone who loved his bass so much," says Mailhouse. That is one of the human emotions – to go to the dark side, to go to the light."When Reeves was sent the script for , he was immediately interested. It's very traditional, the way it looks, the colors – I think it helps the film, actually, because it's like old-time good movie entertainment." As that, the film may work, but watching it, I can't shake off the feeling that Reeves is always at the film's edge, staring off into the distance, trying to find a slightly stranger and more beautiful film that never got made. In a way that I want to express it."Reeves' father dropped out of the picture sometime before the move to Toronto. Whatever that means."Does it bother you when all that tangentially becomes part of your life? "He had this great garage – you opened these doors and it overlooked this hillside." They would jam, sometimes alone, sometimes with friends. Sitting in a field, hearing and feeling and looking at nature, seeing what comes out of oneself. They've certainly given me the sensation of an enrichening aspect, appreciating . "Yeah, I've had a couple of days when I've been, ' OK, time to chill out.' But that has also brought about catharsis. Before, I think he liked the idea of living out of a suitcase. I suggest to him that he never seemed comfortable being a sexually attractive icon."Really? Reeves had acted in some Shakespeare when he was younger and attended some workshops. You're not a man without father issues."Right. I said, ' I think you have it all turned around – you gotta get the wife first.' But I think he has changed. that first made Reeves notably famous and also sparked talk of Reeves as the Western world's dreamy hot new pinup. "I love the melancholy, I guess, perhaps, of it," he guesses, perhaps. Daniel Day-Lewis." Day-Lewis pulled out of midway through a run in London, partly, it is said, due to the emotions it stirred up about his recently deceased father.By day, Richard Haig (Pierce Brosnan) is a successful and well-respected English professor in the UK.

He is not overtly obstructive, and he seems to make a huge effort to be polite. To me, it was just fun – it's a really childish kind of power thing." It's a testament to Reeves' strange openness and innocence that in the same conversation where he struggles to share the most simple biographical details, he will trust that a listener will know that he means nothing too weird or offensive when he refers to acting out the behavior of a wife beater as "fun.""We had this wonderful improv," he says. So I'm rubbing her face, I'm choking, she's talking, we're getting in there, I'm pushing her against a wall, I'm like, ' Don't fucking look at me,' and all of those things that come up, and all of the ways that it goes, and everything that comes out for her, and the way that we bond and bind, and what we are as a couple – that starts to bloom."That must be weird, I say – both fascinating and uncomfortable."Yeah," he says. "That's very frustrating."A further twist was given to all this when, early in the surf-and-sky-dive thriller , Reeves' character was referred to as "young, dumb and full of come," a line that was often subsequently used with glee as though it referred to Reeves himself. Then, in 1995, he agreed to play Hamlet onstage for a month in Winnipeg. I mean, it surprised me, just what was there, and I hadn't seen that before."In 1987, Keanu Reeves went down to Sunset Boulevard and bought himself a bass guitar. "I liked the sound of the bass – I found my ear following it in music." He was most influenced by Peter Hook's playing in Joy Division: "It's kind of a bass line but a melody line. you're investigating the impulse of what that is and what comes out. Donnie Barksdale's pretty direct, and he's someone who would use his physical aspect. I called it 'getting my Donnie on.'" These last four words he then repeats. (a strange romance in which a woman announces to a man that he will spend a month, and a month only, with her). When we started this movie, I asked if he was still living in a hotel, and he said, ' No, I'm ready to put some roots down somewhere.' I think, joking, he said something like, ' You know, the kid, the horse, the dog . ["Perverts."For a while, it was often assumed that Reeves would be forever typecast as the affable, spacey, dumb California teenager and, more worrying, that anyway he had more or less been playing himself."That's frustrating," he says. His first high-profile brush was as Don John in Kenneth Branagh's version of . What I found out in doing the play was that it brought up for me all the anger that was inside me for my mother. "It was a great experience." In preparation for life as a wife beater, he spent three weeks in Georgia learning how to be a redneck. Three months later, Reeves said that they were ready. In Dogstar, Reeves mostly keeps his head down and plays the bass, but he also helps write the music. ' Saying, ' Aye, matey.' Thar she blows.' Oh, wrong book.""He's a really giving person," Mailhouse says. He couldn't kick because he was recovering from neck surgery. "I had one old compressed disk and one shattered disk. Rides a motorcycle."Keanu Reeves still rides his bikes, and he has one here in San Francisco. "It's a part I don't get to play that often," he says. "One of the first things I remember about him," says Domrose, "is that I thought he was eccentric in a sense that he was drinking a real nice bottle of wine out of a coffee mug. It was a Montana State Highway Patrol mug."When Domrose first suggested that they try to get a record contract, the other guys in the band said they weren't interested. "You start wearing a parrot on one shoulder, and a patch, and going, ' Arrrrrrhhhhh! For much of that time, though, Reeves was hampered. It helps change things."What's the joy in going too fast?

He is not overtly obstructive, and he seems to make a huge effort to be polite.

To me, it was just fun – it's a really childish kind of power thing." It's a testament to Reeves' strange openness and innocence that in the same conversation where he struggles to share the most simple biographical details, he will trust that a listener will know that he means nothing too weird or offensive when he refers to acting out the behavior of a wife beater as "fun.""We had this wonderful improv," he says. So I'm rubbing her face, I'm choking, she's talking, we're getting in there, I'm pushing her against a wall, I'm like, ' Don't fucking look at me,' and all of those things that come up, and all of the ways that it goes, and everything that comes out for her, and the way that we bond and bind, and what we are as a couple – that starts to bloom."That must be weird, I say – both fascinating and uncomfortable."Yeah," he says. "That's very frustrating."A further twist was given to all this when, early in the surf-and-sky-dive thriller , Reeves' character was referred to as "young, dumb and full of come," a line that was often subsequently used with glee as though it referred to Reeves himself. Then, in 1995, he agreed to play Hamlet onstage for a month in Winnipeg. I mean, it surprised me, just what was there, and I hadn't seen that before."In 1987, Keanu Reeves went down to Sunset Boulevard and bought himself a bass guitar. "I liked the sound of the bass – I found my ear following it in music." He was most influenced by Peter Hook's playing in Joy Division: "It's kind of a bass line but a melody line.

you're investigating the impulse of what that is and what comes out. Donnie Barksdale's pretty direct, and he's someone who would use his physical aspect. I called it 'getting my Donnie on.'" These last four words he then repeats. (a strange romance in which a woman announces to a man that he will spend a month, and a month only, with her). When we started this movie, I asked if he was still living in a hotel, and he said, ' No, I'm ready to put some roots down somewhere.' I think, joking, he said something like, ' You know, the kid, the horse, the dog . ["Perverts."For a while, it was often assumed that Reeves would be forever typecast as the affable, spacey, dumb California teenager and, more worrying, that anyway he had more or less been playing himself."That's frustrating," he says. His first high-profile brush was as Don John in Kenneth Branagh's version of . What I found out in doing the play was that it brought up for me all the anger that was inside me for my mother.

"It was a great experience." In preparation for life as a wife beater, he spent three weeks in Georgia learning how to be a redneck. Three months later, Reeves said that they were ready. In Dogstar, Reeves mostly keeps his head down and plays the bass, but he also helps write the music. ' Saying, ' Aye, matey.' Thar she blows.' Oh, wrong book.""He's a really giving person," Mailhouse says. He couldn't kick because he was recovering from neck surgery. "I had one old compressed disk and one shattered disk. Rides a motorcycle."Keanu Reeves still rides his bikes, and he has one here in San Francisco.

"It's a part I don't get to play that often," he says. "One of the first things I remember about him," says Domrose, "is that I thought he was eccentric in a sense that he was drinking a real nice bottle of wine out of a coffee mug. It was a Montana State Highway Patrol mug."When Domrose first suggested that they try to get a record contract, the other guys in the band said they weren't interested. "You start wearing a parrot on one shoulder, and a patch, and going, ' Arrrrrrhhhhh! For much of that time, though, Reeves was hampered. It helps change things."What's the joy in going too fast?

Sam was, ' Let's figure this out' in this little trailer." Reeves talks through the events in a scene in which Donnie eventually accuses his wife of lying to him, until he reaches, "And I'm, ' You're lying,' and Sam says to me, ' Every time you say "You're lying" to her, just hit her.' I was like, ' OK.' And we just started. "Well, that was one of the things that came up, just figuring that out: ' OK, wow, I don't show anger like that.' But then it comes out, and you go, ' Wow, I am an angry guy.'"Away from acting, where does that anger stuff go in you? " then free-associates: "There's something good about it, something bad, something happy, something sad. The shirt wearer was another actor, Robert Mailhouse.