Mel Gibson Happy With Unhappy Roles
Hollywood’s legendary actor Mel Gibson who returned to the silver screen after the gap of seven years with ‘Edge of Darkness’ prefers to choose unhappy roles.
In the movie, ‘Edge of Darkness’ which is directed by Martin Campbell, the actor portrays the role of ‘Thomas Craven’ who is a homicide detective investigating the death of his activist daughter.
Meanwhile, Gibson these days is focussing more on the sad lines as the actor’s other two ventures ‘The Beaver’ and ‘How I Spent My Summer Vacation’ has a gloomy storyline.
Mel Gibson quoted, "Since I've passed the big 50, I've chosen my projects more carefully. When you realise that half of your life has gone by you don't want to do stupid stuff anymore."
"What does not kill you makes you stronger. Life’s experiences, whether they be pleasant, unpleasant, tortuous or excruciatingly wonderful and blissful, it seasons you somehow and you learn from it. Hopefully you learn," he added.
Gibson added that the unhappy roles make him appreciate his own life and likes to deal with them over and over again.