In House of D, newbie director David Duchovny looks to his Greenwich Village childhood for answers. Is the truth out there?
After the short-lived career as a graffiti artist but before the long-lived career in which he pretended to be an FBI agent chasing UFOs, David Duchovny worked as a bartender. This had some unintended consequences, like the time he ran down the street shirtless, pursued by a man with a knife.As we cross Fifth Avenue, Duchovny points out the spot, at the corner of 13th Street. It was a hot summer day, circa 1979, and when Duchovny came in to work to prepare his station, he took off his shirt before slicing the limes. “The chef was a real martinet. He said it was against the law to be hand ... [Continua a leggere]