Terry Gilliam Tired of White Men Being Blamed for Everything

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Please allow Vulture to pitch a cool new game as we enter 2020: The Terry Gilliam Stop Doing Interviews Challenge. The Monty Python star and tenured director did a new interview with Britain’s Independent under the guise of discussing his eternally-gestating film The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, but, a few minutes in, he sharply turned the conversation to the intricacies of #MeToo and modern masculinity instead. “I’m tired, as a white male, of being blamed for everything that is wrong with the world,” Gilliam explained. “I don’t like the term black or white. I’m now referring to myself as a melanin-light male. I can’t stand the simplistic, tribalistic behavior that we’re going through at the moment.”

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