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He was such a lover of art, classical music, literature, opera. But really, if you break it down, it's about the struggle of being an artist. I was fortunate enough to meet Eugene [Hütz], the Ukrainian who plays the lead.
We're going to hold a press conference to talk about the school for girls that I'm building in Malawi. We have two Millennium Village sites in Malawi, and they're both doing very well. VAN SANT: I've never met him, but I've heard he's very charismatic. MADONNA: Well, his work is primarily focused on ending poverty, but you know, there are lots of ways to skin the cat.
I'm going to meet with Jeffrey Sachs [the economist]. He's starting a global education initiative, and I'm going to be his Girl Friday, so to speak. He's one of the few people I know who talks the talk and also walks the walk. VAN SANT: What's the economic theory behind the Millennium Villages?
It's where two of my children were adopted from, and I have a lot of projects there that I go and check up on and children who I look after.
I always felt like I was a freak when I was growing up and that there was something wrong with me because I couldn't fit in anywhere. Your movie really struck a chord for me and made me remember all that. I wrote a part for him in my script for my new movie, in the part of a security guard who is a Russian immigrant living in Brooklyn and working in Manhattan.
A., and I'm starting to work on this film down here. Girls, though, in a lot of developing countries don't have the opportunity to go to school, nor are they encouraged to go to school, so what we're doing is the beginning of a dream. VAN SANT: You've done a lot of work with Jeffrey Sachs already, haven't you? It costs a certain amount of money, and it takes a certain number of years for them to work, but he's got it down almost to a science, where for .5 million over a five-year period, you can make a series of interconnected villages self-sustainable through education and prepping and diversifying their crops and giving them agricultural tools and medicine and knowledge. Grant plays in the film I directed, , is this blind professor who was based on my ballet teacher, Christopher Flynn.
VAN SANT: I still live in Portland [Oregon], but I have a place in L. It's kind of our way of making sure that every kid has a chance to have an education-more specifically girls, but boys as well. Millennium Villages are an experiment that he has tried all over the world.