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Christian Bale plays a screenwriter who has lost his own narrative in Terrence Malick's "Knight of Cups," an expressionistic portrait of the city that Hollywood calls home, the temptations in an industry of excess, and the quest for spiritual redemption that emerges from that. He knew what he was getting into working with Malick, having starred in "The New World" a decade prior and relished in the unconventional process – for the most part. Bale sat down with the Associated Press to discuss the film and the one day he almost quit. There's the ugliness of the architecture and an awful lot of the people who appear beautiful but you get up close to them and you sort of get nauseous.I went through the same thing in terms of first getting out here and parties that I was invited to.A: "The New World" was different in that we had a script and ["Knight of Cups"] didn't.
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