October 29, 2014 - Ellar Coltrane

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The Best F#@king News Team Ever reports on the immigration crisis in Texas, a Koch Brothers' advertisement gets some apt alterations, and Ellar Coltrane discusses "Boyhood." 

>> Jon: HEY! WHAT UP?WELCOME TO THE "DAILY SHOW"!

WE ARE IN TEXAS!

( CHEERS )WE'RE IN TEXAS AT AUSTIN'S OWN

ZACH THEATER, THE THIRD OF THEFOUR SHOWS WE'RE DOING DOWN

HERE, UNLESS YOU COUNT OFCOURSE LAST NIGHT'S STAFF

KARAOKE PERFORMANCE ON SOUTHCONGRESS, WHICH--

( LAUGHTER )

I'VE NEVER BEEN SO MOVED BY THESONG FROM "ALADDIN."

OUR GUEST TONIGHT FROM THEPHENOMENAL MOVIE "BOYHOOD,"

ELLAR COLTRANE, HOMETOWN BOY, ISGOING TO BE ON THE SHOW.

( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )NOW, ONE THING THAT'S FOR SURE

HERE IS WE LEARNED A GREATDEAL THIS WEEK ABOUT TEXAS,

AND THE ISSUES THATCONCERN THE PEOPLE OF

TEXAS, PROMINENT, AMONGST THEM,OF COURSE, IMMIGRATION -- MORE

SPECIFICALLY, STOPPING IT.

WE HAVE FULL TEAM COVERAGE,STARTING WITH JASON JONES.

HE'S AT THE MEXICAN BORDER.

JASON, THANK YOU FOR JOINING USTONIGHT.

WE APPRECIATE YOU BEING HERE.

( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ).

>> JON, I AM ACTUALLILY WHERETHE REAL IMMIGRATION CRISIS IS

THE AUSTIN BORDER.

( CHEERS )>> Jon: I'M SORRY?

AUSTIN'S BORDER WITH MEXICO?BECAUSE --

>> NO, NO, NO, AUSTIN'S BORDERWITH EVERYWHERE ELSE.

THE HUMAN INFLUX INTO THIS CITYIS OUT OF CONTROL AND THE

LOCALS ARE ( BLEEP ) PISSED!

>> Jon: NO, LISTEN TO ME.

THERE IS A LOT OF GROWTH,THOUGH, IN THIS AREA, THE PEOPLE

COMING HERE HIGHLY SKILLED.

>> OH, RIGHT, YEAH, YEAH, YEAH,KNOWING HOW TO STEAM PUNK

CARTOON CHARACTERS.

REAL SKILLS. YEAH. JON, IT'SGETTING TOO DAMN CROWDED.

THIS MORNING I GOT STUCK FOR 45MINUTES IN THE NORTHBOUND

JOGGING LANE.

>> Jon: ALL RIGHT, WELL LET'SGO OUT TO SAMANTHA BEE.

SHE IS COVERING TEXAS' NOTORIOUSRIVER CROSSING.

SHE'S AT THE RIO GRANDE.

SHE'S AT THE RIO GRANDE RIGHTNOW.

SAM BEE.

>> ACTUALLY I'M ONAUSTIN'S COLORADO RIVER.

WELL "RIVER" IS ACTUALLY BEINGGENEROUS.

IT'S MORE LIKE AUSTIN'S ORGANICBRAMBLE AND ALGAE PUDDLE FARM,

WHERE THOUSANDS OF DREAMERS RISKBLISTERS AND A FARMER'S TAN AS

THEY PADDLEBOARD THEIRWAY TO FREEDOM.

IN THE HOPE THAT ONE DAY THEYCAN LIVE THE DREAM WORKING

ON COMMISSION IN A VINTAGE TACOSHOP.

( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ).

>> Jon: SAM, IF I MAY, WHYWOULD YOU WANT TO EAT VINTAGE

TACOS?

>> OH, MY GOD, JON.

YOU DON'T EAT THEM.

THAT RUINS THE VALUE.

>> Jon: OH, I'M SORRY.

>> JON, JON, THEY CAN DO THATBACK WHERE THEY CAME FROM.

JON, THE LOCAL AUSTINITES ARE SOMAD.

THEY'RE MAD AS HELL.

ONE NATIVE TOTAL ME-- AND IQUOTE-- "THIS IS NOT THE AUSTIN

I GREW UP IN...

WHEN I MOVED HERE TWO YEARSAGO."

( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )>> Jon: ALRIGHT. YOU KNOW,

I GOTTA TELL YOU, I KIND OF KNOWWHAT THEY MEAN.

I GOT HERE SUNDAY, AND IT HASCHANGED A LOT SINCE THEN.

>> JON!

YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN HERESATURDAY!

MUCH BETTER TIMES.

>> Jon: I UNDERSTAND.

WELL, WE'RE GOING TO GO OUTRIGHT NOW TO JESSICA WILLIAMS.

SHE IS DOWNTOWN IN AUSTIN.

JESSICA.

>> YES, HI, JON.

( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ).

HI, JON.

I'M HERE AT THE AUSTIN BUREAU OFINVESTIGATION, WHERE THEY'RE

COORDINATING WHAT CAN ONLY BEDESCRIBED AS A TOP-SECRET STING

OPERATION TO END THISIMMIGRATION NIGHTMARE.

>> Jon: THAT'S, OKAY, ANOTHERTOP SECRET, I GOT THAT.

LET'S HEAR THE DETAILS.

>> JON, I'M TOLD AUSTINOFFICIALS WILL BE PLACING AN AD

ON CRAIGSLIST, SEEKING A KEYTARUKELELE PLAYER TO JOIN A

JAPANESE LANGUAGE LANA DELRAY COVER BAND.

>> Jon: THAT SOUNDS KINDOF--

>> MAINSTREAM FOR AUSTIN?

DUDE, I KNOW.

THEY'RE TRYING TO CAST A REALLYWIDE NET, AND AS SOON AS THEY

SHOW UP TO THE AUDITION, BOOM!

THEY'RE DEPORTED BACK TOWHATEVER GODFORSAKEN SUBURB THEY

CAME FROM.

( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )JON-- IT'S THE FIRST PHASE OF

THE CITY'S NEWEST POPULATIONCONTROL INITIATIVE DUBBED

SOUTH BY GET THE ( BLEEP ) OUTOF HERE.

( LAUGHTER ).

>> Jon: JESSICA WILLIAMS,SAMANTHA BEE, JASON JONES.

BUT YOU KNOW, HONESTLY, THECROWD REALLY DOES SEEM HOSTILE

TO-- PEOPLE COMING HERE.

YOU KNOW, WHEN YOU WRITESOMETHING, YOU DON'T REALLY KNOW

IF IT'S GOING TO HIT A NERVE.

BUT-- BOY, THAT'S A ( BLEEP )ROOT CANAL WE HIT ON THAT ONE.

THAT'S FOR REAL.

AUSTIN'S POPULATION GROWTH ISN'TTHE ONLY ONE CONCERNING TEXANS.

AL MADRIGAL HAS MORE.

>> ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IS ONEVERYONE'S MINDS, AND THE

INCREASING POPULATION OF LATINOSHAS PLENTY OF WHITE AMERICANS

CONCERNED.

I SAT DOWN WITH FOUR OF THOSEEXTREMELY PASSIONATE CITIZENS.

>> IF YOU LOOK AROUND, THERE'S ATHE LOT OF HISPANIC PEOPLE.

I MEAN, NOT THAT THERE'S-- I'MNOT RACIST OR ANYTHING, BUT

IMMIGRANTS KEEP POPULATING.

WE MIGHT HAVE TWO KIDS.

WHAT DO THEY HAVE, FOUR, FIVEKIDS?

>> I'M SAYING SEVEN, EIGHT.

>> YEAH, MAYBE.

>> NINE.

>> MAYBE I SHOULD HAVE MENTIONEDI WAS LATINO.

>> ALL CULTURES ARE NOT EQUAL.

I LIVE IN KOREA TOWN, DEAR.

>> SO YOU'RE SAYING YOUR PROBLEMIS KOREANS?

>> NO, KOREANS ARE FINE.

BUT, SEE, KOREANS ARE DIFFERENT.

KOREANS ARE LIKE CHINESE.

YOU DON'T SEE PROBLEMS WITH THECHINESE IMMIGRANTS, EVEN THOUGH

THEY'RE ILLEGAL.

>> IS IT GETTING HOT IN HERE?I'M STARTING TO SWEAT THROUGH

MY SHIRT.

LATINOS ARE WORSETHAN BOTHKOREANS AND THE CHINESE, THAT'S

A FACT.

BUT LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENTS LIKERICHARD JONES KNOW HOW TO STOP

THIS ILLEGAL MENACE.

>> AND I SUPPOSE YOU'RE GOING TOSAY THAT THE SOLUTION IS TO

ROUND EVERYBODY UP.

>> NO, THE SOLUTION IS NOT TOROUND THEM ALL UP.

THE SOLUTION IS TO WHERE THEYDON'T HAVE THE STUFF THAT

THEY'VE GOT HERE-- FREE STUFF.

>> WHAT FREE STUFF ARE YOUTALKING ABOUT?

>> THE FREE STUFF. YOU GET-- YOUGET A COMPUTER WHEN YOU COME

HERE.

>> WHAT KIND OF COMPUTER?ARE WE TALKING A NEW COMPUTER,

LIKE A DELL, GATEWAY TYPE OFTHING.

>> NEW COMPUTERS. THEY GETNEW COMPUTERS.

THEY GET THEIR CAR PAYMENTS.

THEY GET THEIR HOUSE PAYMENTS.

THEY GET FREE MEDICAL CARE.

>> WHERE?

>> THEY GET IT HERE IN THEUNITED STATES.

>> NO, BUT SPECIFICALLY, WHERE.I WOULD LIKE TO GET SOME FREE

COMPUTERS AND SOME FREE MEDICALCARE.

>> YOU HAVE TO COME HEREILLEGALLY TO GET THE FREE STUFF.

>> ( BLEEP )

>> IT'S WELFARE AT ITSWORST.

>> I WANTED TO TALK TO THESEMEXICAN MOOCHERS, AND LUCKILY I

WAS IN A PLACE WITH A LOT OFTHEM -- TEXAS, A STATE WHERE

LATINOS WILL OUTNUMBER EVERYONEBY 2020, WHICH MADE IT REALLY

EASY TO PUT TOGETHER A PANEL OFLATINO IMMIGRANTS.

>> I MYSELF AM FROM EL PASO,TEXAS.

>> YOU JUST SAID YOU WERE ATEXAN.

>> YEAH.

>> WAIT, WAIT, WAIT.

SHOW OF HANDS, HOW MANY OF YOUPEOPLE ARE FROM TEXAS?

♪ THE STARS AT NIGHT ARE BIG ANDBRIGHT ♪♪

>>♪ DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS ♪

>> CLEARLY, YOU LOOK LATINO BUTYOU'RE REALLY CLAIMING

THAT YOU'RE TEXANS.

>> I WAS BORN IN TEXAS BUT MYHERITAGE IS MEXICAN.

>> WHAT? DAMN IT, THESE WERE THEWRONG TYPES OF LATINOS.

I NEED THE ILLEGALS WITH THEFREE COMPUTERS.

SO I WENT DEEP UNDERCOVER,EDWARD JAMES OLMOS STYLE.

HOW LONG YOU HAVE BEEN TAKINGFREE BENEFITS FROM UNITED

STATES?

>> NEVER.

I WORK HERE VERY HARD.

I NEVER RECEIVED NOTHING.

>> YOU GET FREE THINGS AND YOUKNOW IT.

>> NO.

>> WHEN DID YOU COME TO AMERICA?

JESUS, ONE SECOND.

HOW DO YOU TURN THIS THING DOWN?JESUS.

JESUS, SERIOUSLY, HOW DO YOUTURN THIS THING DOWN?

>> HIT THE LEFT SWITCH, MAN.

>> WHAT'S UP FELLAS? YOU DRESSPRETTY NICE FOR LANDSCAPERS.

>> LANDSCAPERS? I MANAGE MYFAMILY'S BUSINESS.

>> I WORK IN A LAW FIRM BUT CANYOU PLEASE NOT TALK LIKE THAT?

>> LIKE WHAT?

>> THE WAY YOU'RE TALKING.

>> WHY ARE YOU DRESSED LIKE SUCHA DICK?

>> WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT,BRO.

THIS IS HOW THE LATINOS DRESS.

>> MAYBE IN 1992.

>> WHAT THE ( BLEEP ) BRO. ( BLEEP ) OFF ESE.

BUT DON'T LET THESE SEEMINGLYNICE PEOPLE FOOL YOU.

>> THE ILLEGALS THAT COME INTOTHIS COUNTRY, THEIRS IS TO COME

IN AND TAKE AND NOT PAY THETAXES AND THAT'S NOT THE

AMERICAN DREAM.

>> WHO EXACTLY ARE WE TALKINGABOUT?

>> THEY'RE NOT WEALTHY PEOPLESNEAKING ACROSS THE BORDER.

>> NOT WEALTHY AT ALL.

>> NO, YOU CAN'T JUST COMEACROSS ON THEIR OWN.

THEY CALL THEM, THEY'RE MULESAND IF YOU HAVE NOTHING TO PAY,

THEY'LL ABUSE YOU ALONG THE WAY.

>> THAT SOUNDS EXHAUSTING.

>> VERY EXHAUSTING.

>> SO THEY HAVE THEM ALL HUDDLEDTOGETHER IN THESE GROUPS?

>> YES.

>> WHY?

WHAT ARE THEY YEARNING FOR?

>> TO FEEL FREE.

>>SO YOU'RE SAYING THAT THERE

ARE TIRED, POOR, HUDDLEDMASSES YEARNING FOR FREEDOM.

THAT'S NOT WHAT AMERICA ISABOUT.

( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )>> THAT'S NOT WHAT I'M SAYING AT

ALL.

JUST GET BEHIND THE LINE.

THAT'S HOW WE KEEP IT THISBEAUTIFUL AND A GREAT COUNTRY.

>> BUT FOR HOW LONG BECAUSE THEMENACE IS ALREADY HERE.

>> THEY'RE ALREADY IN YOURSTATE.

YOUR TOWN.

MAYBE EVEN YOUR STREET.

>> AAGGHHHH!

>> AND THEY'RE CALLED LATINOS.

>> YOU GOT DINNER.

>> BOSTON MARKET!

>> WATCH OUT.

BECAUSE THEY'RE NOT LEAVINGUNTIL THEY GET WHAT THEY CAME

FOR.

( LAUGHTER ).

>> NICE CATCH!

>> A LIFE AS BORING AS YOURS.

AND THEY ARE PREPARED TO DOANYTHING TO GET IT.

>> DON'T FORGET THE BOCA BURGERSFOR GRACIE.

>> YOU GOT IT, BABY.

>> AND WHEN THE CHIPS ARE DOWNAND THEIR BACKS ARE AGAINST THE

WALL, THEY'LL MAKE THE BEST( BLEEP ) SALSA YOU'VE EVER HAD.

SO WAKE UP, AMERICA.

THE LATINOS AREN'T COMING.

THEY'RE ALREADY HERE.

LATINOS.

>> Jon: AL MADRIGAL, WE'LLBE RIGHT BACK.

( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )

>> Jon: HEY! WELCOME BACK TO THESHOW!

YOU KNOW WHAT? I WANTED TO TELLYOU, FOR THE PAST COUPLE NIGHTS,

FOR THE PAST COUPLE OF NIGHTS,WE HAVE NOTICED,

THERE IS A NEW ADVERTISER ON THE"DAILY SHOW" PROGRAM.

NO, IT'S NOT ARBY'S.

THEY KNOW THEY DON'T HAVE TO PAYUS FOR THEIR NUMEROUS MENTIONS.

( LAUGHTER )ARBY'S-- FOR WHEN YOU'RE

WONDERING WHAT IT TASTES LIKEWHEN A COW DIES.

( LAUGHTER )ANYWAY, LET'S MEET OUR NEW

SPONSOR.

>> KOCH INDUSTRIES STARTED INTHE HEARTLAND.

WE HELP MAKE BETTER FOOD,CLOTHING, SHELTER, TECHNOLOGY,

AND OTHER NECESSITIES.

WE BUILD ON EACH OTHER'S IDEASTO CREATE MORE OPPORTUNITIES FOR

PEOPLE EVERYWHERE.

WE ARE KOCH.

>> Jon: WOW, THAT'S THEKIND OF AN AD THAT A COMPANY

USUALLY MAKES WHEN IT TURNS OUTA BY-PRODUCT OF THEIR

MANUFACTURING PROCESS IS GIVINGYOUNG PUBESCENT MALES TALKING

NIPPLES.

BUT YOU KNOW, WHO ARE THESELOVABLE SCAMP KOCH BROTHERS?

>> TWO OF THE WORLD'S RICHESTBILLIONAIRES, DAVID KOCH AND HIS

BROTHER, CHARLES, CONTROL KOCHINDUSTRIES, A

GLOBAL ENERGY ANDMANUFACTURING GIANT.

>> Jon: SO IT'S A FAMILYBUSINESS, KIND A MOM AND POP,

SECOND LARGEST PRIVATELY HELDCORPORATION IN THE COUNTRY.

THE POINT IS THIS, TWO BROTHERSWORKING TOGETHER, I LIKE THAT--

UNLESS, IT'S OBVIOUSLY,THE THEMENENDEZ BROTHERS, AND THEN

IT'S -- THESE ARE NOT THOSEKINDS OF BROTHERS AM I RIGHT?

>> THEY'VE USE THAT WEALTH TOBACK CONSERVATIVE CAUSES.

THE BILLIONAIRE BROTHERS AREEXPECTED TO SPEND SOME $290

MILLION THESE MIDTERMS, MOSTLYTHROUGH THEIR COMPLICATED WEB OF

DARK MONEY ORGANIZATIONS.

>> Jon: WOW, I CAN SEE WHYTHEY WANT TO PORTRAY THEIR

PEOPLE AS WORKING IN A SMILEFACTORY OR AS BABY TAILGATERS.

( LAUGHTER )"IF YOU CAN SMELL THIS, YOU'RE

TOO CLOSE.

1-800-HOW'S MY POOPY DIAPER?WOW, SO NOW THAT WE KNOW THE

KOCH BROTHER ARE POURING ANUNENDING WATERFALL OF MONEY

THROUGH A CLEVERLY MASKEDNETWORK OF UNACCOUNTABLE

ORGANIZATIONS TO PEDDLEELECTORAL INFLUENCE,

THE AD SOUNDS LESS INSPIRING.

>> WE'VE EXPANDED TO NEARLYEVERY STATE.

TOGETHER, WE ARE KOCH.

>> Jon: ALL THOSE WHOAREN'T KOCH WILL BE ASSIGNED TO

DISTRICT "B."

THE POINT IS, CLEARLY, THE KOCHBROTHERS ARE TRYING TO SAY TO

OUR AUDIENCE OFNOT-YET-DYING-OFF VOTERS, EVEN

THOUGH YOU MAY HAVE HEARDCERTAIN THINGS ABOUT THE KOCH

BROTHERS, HOW BAD COULD THEY BE?

I MEAN, IF THEY WERE EVIL,WOULD A BABY AGREE TO APPEAR IN

ONE OF THEIR ADVERTISEMENTS?

( LAUGHTER )BUT, OF COURSE, THEIR AD DID

LEAVE OUT A COUPLE OF VERY, VERYSMALL POINTS, MOST LIKELY FOR

LACK OF TIME.

SO TO WELCOME THEM TO THE THE"DAILY SHOW" ADVERTISING FAMILY,

WE DID MAKE SOME MINORADJUSTMENTS.

>> WE'RE KOCH INDUSTRIES, NOTJUST AN ENERGY COMPANY, WE'RE IN

YOUR FOOD, IN YOUR PANTS, AND INYOUR HOME.

AND IF THERE'S A WAY TO MONETIZEYOUR THOUGHTS, WE'LL FIND IT.

ALL WHILE BACKING 17 SHADOWORGANIZATIONS TO BUY ELECTIONS

FROM PENNSYLVANIA AVE. TO MAINSTREET.

YOU WON'T ALWAYS SEE OUR NAMESON OUR CAMPAIGN ADS BECAUSE THE

POLITICIANS WE OWN SAY THAT'SOKAY.

WITH OUR HEARTFELT DEVOTION TOFOSSIL FUELS, WE MAKE YOUR

PLANET WARMER, AND YOUR WATERMORE FLAMMABLE, WHILE

LUBRICATING YOUR BIRDS, ANDREARRANGING YOUR POLAR BEARS.

WE CAN'T RAISE YOUR LITTLE GIRLFOR YOU, BUT WE CAN HAND PICK

HER SCHOOL BOARD, AND APPROVEHER TEXT BOOKS.

AND WHEN SHE LANDS HER FIRSTJOB, WE'LL BE FIGHTING TO REDUCE

THE MINIMUM WAGE BECAUSE WEACTUALLY BELIEVE IT COULD LEAD

TO NAZISM.

YEAH, NAZISM.

WE'RE THAT ( BLEEP ) OUT THERE.

WE'RE KOCH INDUSTRIES, THE NEXTGENERATION OF ROBBER BARONS

BENDING THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESSTO OUR WILL SINCE 1980.

OH, AND OUR BROTHER DAVID LIKESBALLET.

( LAUGHTER )( APPLAUSE )

>> Jon: WELCOME. WE'LL BE RIGHTBACK.

( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )>> Jon: WELCOME BACK.

MY GUEST TONIGHT, HE IS THE STAROF THE FABULOUS MOVIE "BOYHOOD."

>> DO YOU STILL LOVE DAD?

>> I STILL LOVE YOUR FATHER, BUTTHAT DOESN'T MEAN IT WAS HEALTHY

FOR US TO STAY TOGETHER.

>> WHAT IF AFTER WE MOVE HE'STRYING TO FIND US AND HE CAN'T?

>> THAT WON'T BE A PROBLEM.

HE CAN CALL GRANDMA, AND SHE'LLTELL HIM.

HE CAN CALL INFORMATION.

WE WON'T BE HARD TO FIND.

>> IS HE STILL IN ALASKA?

>> THAT'S WHAT YOUR UNCLE SAYS.

>> PROBABLY TAMING POLAR BEARSOR SOMETHING.

>> YEAH, WELL, I HOPE THEY'RETAMING HIM.

>> Jon: PLEASE WELCOMEELLAR COLTRANE.

( APPLAUSE )THANKS FOR JOINING US.

THANKS FOR BEING HERE.

>> THANKS FOR HAVING ME.

>> Jon: YOU ARE A LOCALFELLA.

>> BORN AND RAISED.

>> Jon: BORN AND RAISEDHERE.

( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ).

THEY APPLAUD YOU LIVING HERE.

( LAUGHTER )FIRST OF ALL, YOU CONTINUE TO

GET OLDER.

>> I DO.

IT'S LIKE EVERY DAY I THINK,IT'S THE END, AND THEN I'M

OLDER.

>> Jon: IT JUST KEEPSGOING.

WHICH BEGS THE QUESTION-- AREYOU WORKING ON A SEQUEL?

( LAUGHTER )>> THIS IS THE FIRST SCENE.

>> Jon: THIS IS THE FIRSTSCENE OF THE NEW SEQUEL.

DID YOU KNOW, SO YOU STARTEDTHIS -- HOW OLD WERE YOU WHEN

YOU STARTED THIS?

>> I WAS SIX WHEN I WENT TO THEFIRST AUDITION, I WAS SEVEN WHEN

WE STARTED FILMING.

>> Jon: WERE YOU AWARE -- NOW,TIME, OBVIOUSLY, WHEN YOU'RE

THAT AGE, DOESN'T MEAN ANYTHING,BUT, LIKE, YOU'RE JUST GETTING

USED TO OBJECT PERMANENCE ITHINK AT THAT POINT.

( LAUGHTER )WAS THERE EVER -- THIS IS

A 12-YEAR PERIOD. WAS THEREEVER A MOMENT WITHIN THAT

THAT YOU THOUGHT YOU KNOW WHAT?

I'M NOT DOING IT THIS YEAR?

THIS IS THE YEAR I'M NOT DOINGIT.

>> YOU KNOW, NOT REALLY.

I WAS CERTAINLY APATHETIC, YOUKNOW, AT A CERTAIN POINT.

I THINK, BUT IT WAS ALWAYS A LOTOF FUN.

I ALWAYS REALLY ENJOYED IT. YOUKNOW, I KIND OF AM EXPRESSING

MYSELF IS REALLY THE ONLYTHING THAT HAS EVER MADE ME

HAPPY AND I THINK IT WASALWAYS, YOU KNOW, A

GREAT OUTLET TO BE ABLE TO KINDOF EXPLORE WHAT I WAS GOING

THROUGH, YOU KNOW, THROUGH THISSORT OF FICTIONAL UNIVERSE.

>> Jon: WOULD YOU TALK TORICK?

WOULD HE TALK TO YOU, ABOUT,HEY, WHAT ARE SOME OF THE THINGS

YOU'RE GOING THROUGH, AND YOUWOULD TRY AND WEAVE IN WHAT WAS

REALLY HAPPENING IN YOUR LIFEWITH WHAT WAS GOING ON IN THE

STORY?

>> YEAH, ABSOLUTELY. I MEAN,WE WERE ALWAYS KIND OF IN

TOUCH AND DOING EXACTLY THAT,YOU KNOW, JUST COMPARING KIND

OF THE IDEAS THAT RICK HAD, YOUKNOW, WHICH WERE VERY MUCH FROM

HIS CHILDHOOD AND, YOU KNOW,KIND OF ETHAN'S EXPERIENCES,

AND THEN COMPARE THAT TO WHAT IWAS GOING THROUGH,

AND SEE WHERE, YOU KNOW, THETWO KIND OF INTERSECTED.

>> Jon: WAS THERE EVER A POINTIN THE PROCESS WHERE YOU THOUGHT

THIS COULD IMPRESS PEOPLE?

( LAUGHTER )LIKE GIRLS.

( LAUGHTER )AND YOU'D SAY TO YOURSELF, LIKE

YOU'D SAY TO THEM LIKE, "YOUKNOW, I'M IN A MOVIE?"

AND THEY'D BE LIKE, "OH, REALLY?

WHEN WILL IT BE OUT?""10 YEARS." YEAH, YEAH.

YOU KNOW, WAS THERE EVER THATLIKE, "COME ON, LET'S FINISH

THIS THING!"

>> YEAH, I MEAN, I KIND OFSTOPPED TALKING REALLY ABOUT IT

TO PEOPLE BECAUSE OF THATBECAUSE IT WAS JUST SO ABSTRACT.

>> Jon: RIGHT. >> AND SO KIND OF, YOU KNOW,

IT TAKES A GOOD 10 MINUTES TOREALLY GET THE CONCEPT

ACROSS AND PEOPLE'S EYES GLAZEOVER, AND THEY'RE KIND OF LIKE

YOU'RE IN A MOVIE BUT EIGHTYEARS, I MEAN WHAT IS THAT?

>> Jon: RIGHT. EXACTLY.

>> IT'S HARD TO REALLYCOMPREHEND IT EVEN AS REAL WHEN

IT'S, YOU KNOW, A DECADE OUTSTILL.

>> Jon: EVEN THEN, YOUKNOW, TO SEE IT FOR THE FIRST

TIME, WERE YOU WATCHING THROUGHTHE PROGRESSION OR DID YOU NOT

SEE IT AND THEN ALL IN ONE FELLSWOOP, WHEN IT WAS DONE THEY,

SAT YOU DOWN AND THEY SHOWED ITTO YOU?

>> YEAH, YEAH I WAITED UNTIL THEEND.

>> Jon: I CAN'T IMAGINE--IT WAS A VERY EMOTIONAL MOVIE

FOR ME TO WATCH BECAUSE I HAVE ASON AND WAS ONE.

( LAUGHTER )I ASSUME.

>> RIGHT, THAT'S THE STORY.

>> Jon: THAT'S THE STORYI'VE BEEN TELLING PEOPLE.

AS THE INDIVIDUAL INVOLVED, DOYOU FEEL DISASSOCIATED?

WAS IT EMOTIONAL IN THE SENSE OFWATCHING YOURSELF THROUGH THAT

PROCESS?

DO YOU RECOGNIZE YOURSELF AS AYOUNG BOY IN THAT?

WHAT'S THE FEELING?

>> YEAH, I MEAN, THE FIRST--THAT FIRST TIME I WATCHED IT,

I WATCHED IT ALONE BEFORESUNDANCE, AND IT WAS.

IT WAS VERY MUCH ABOUT MYSELF.

YOU KNOW, I WAS KIND OF ALMOSTUNAWARE OF THE REST OF,

YOU KNOW, THE STORYAND ALL OF THAT.

IT WAS VERY MUCH JUST ABOUTWATCHING MYSELF GROW UP, AND YOU

KNOW, CHANGE PHYSICALLY ANDEMOTIONALLY.

>> Jon: RIGHT.>> AND KIND OF SEEING

THESE DIFFERENT, YOU KNOW, PARTSOF MY LIFE THAT WERE PROJECTED

ON THE SCREEN. AND, BUT SINCE,I'VE SEEN IT SEVERAL TIMES SINCE

THEN, AND IT'S BECOME EASIERTO, YOU KNOW, KIND OF TAKE

MY EGO OUT OF IT AND VIEW ITMORE AS A FILM AND MORE OF,

YOU KNOW, AN EXPLORATION OF THEPASSAGE OF TIME AND ALL

OF THAT, WHICH I THINK IS MOREWHAT IT'S ABOUT THAN --

>> IT'S AN INCREDIBLE PIECE OFART.

IT'S AN INCREDIBLE FILM.

I THINK ALMOST MOST IMPRESSIVELYABOUT IT IS THAT SOMEHOW RICK

KNEW WHEN HE MET YOU, THAT YOUWEREN'T GOING TO TURN OUT TO BE

A DICK. ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ).

LIKE, HE JUST KNEW, THIS IS A

GOOD KID, AND IBET HE'S GOING TO BE A GOOD MAN,

AND IT REALLY MAKES IT AWONDERFUL EXPERIENCE.

AND THANK YOU FOR SHARING ITWITH US.

AND WHERE SHOULD I GO TONIGHTFOR TACOS?

>> TORCHES.>> TORCHES, I ALREADY HIT THAT.

NOW THEY'RE GOING TO STARTSHOUTING.

ALRIGHT. "BOYHOOD."

YOU'VE GOT TO GO SEE IT.

CURRENTLY PLAYING IN SELECTCITIES.

ELLAR COLTRANE, CONGRATULATIONS.

>> Jon: THAT'S OUR SHOW.

HERE IT IS THE MOMENT OF ZEN.

>> CAT CALLS WHEN YOU WALK DOWNTHE STREET AND A RANDOM STRANGER

HOOTS AT YOU.

ONE WOMAN IN NEW YORK CITY GOTMORE THAN 100 OF THEM IN

JUST 10 HOURS.

>> SHE GOT 100 CAT CALLS?

LET ME ADD 101.

DAMN, BABY, YOU ARE A PIECE OFWOMAN.

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