After decades Mick Jagger has now returned back with the big screen with the movie “The Burnt Orange Heresy” reveals that he has been well received.
The film is set to release this Friday which stars Claes Bang, Elizabeth Debicki in the role of monstrous art collectors who deceitfully persuades an art journalist (Bang) with an unusual interview hosted by a solitary artist to rob one of his paintings. This is Mick’s latest since 2001 after “The Man from Elysian Fields.”
Further, it is said to be the last movie of his and he says that: “I wish I had done a lot more acting. I’ve just done bits and pieces here and there whenever I’ve been able to,” Then he chuckles. “You know, I have another job. I have several other jobs, really.”
After the 76 yr old stopped associating with the Rolling Stones he has etched a place for himself in films by choosing different and unique scripts. He has loved with directors like Jean-Luc Godard, Nicolas Roeg, and Werner Herzog. Further, he has been a fearless actor who has done fantastic roles in a short span.
Jagger also added saying: “I always liked the idea of it,” and “I enjoy the change of pace and the change of focus of your performance. When I’m performing these days, it’s mostly in very large places in front of lots of people, whereas when you’re on a small set, you’re performing much more subtly and not such elaborate gestures. You have to really tone it down.”