"I think what makes someone an artist is they make models of their inner life."
A 6-minute video was released on Jim Carrey like we've never seen him before. In the film 'Jim Carrey: I Needed Color,' we see Jim very calm, not very silly, and full of emotion.
He shares that he got consumed with painting for quite some time, and he had paintings in his entire house, and it started to take over his life.
He starts to share some of his thoughts on artwork, and how he interprets art. For those who think of Jim Carrey as a one-dimensional individual, you may find this video sort of weird, but I think we're finally seeing all sides of Jim in this video.
For additional information please email: [email protected] Director/Producer David Bushell Editor - Nicole C. Conrad Music - Dave Palmer Vocals - Jane Carrey Camera - Bobby Davidson (NY) Sound - Sean Massey Asst.
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