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It's an artistic pursuit, and Polanski for instance had a very complicated and difficult life.It would be unfair of me to delve into something as complicated as the past that was brought up in the media." Eh, we're not sure we're sold on this answer.An actor who hovered far too long on the brink of stardom before getting his due recognition, Adrien Brody spent much of his early career falling victim to the slings and arrows of outrageous PR.Possessing undeniable talent and looks that recall both the wasted elegance of an Aubrey Beardsley illustration and a young and hungry Al Pacino, Brody spent much of the 1990s as a candidate for his generation's "next big thing." But despite roles in two high-profile movies -- Terrence Malick's The Thin Red Line (1998) and Spike Lee's Summer of Sam (1999) -- and the publicity that accompanied them, it was not until Brody was cast as the lead in Roman Polanski's The Pianist (2002) that he won the recognition which had previously eluded him.
The film, which cast Brody as its protagonist's delinquent mentor, met with wide critical acclaim and presented him with new opportunities.He won roles in several films, including 1994's Angels in the Outfield and 1997's The Last Time I Committed Suicide, a paean to the beat generation that co-starred Keanu Reeves, Gretchen Mol, and Claire Forlani.That same year, Brody had lead parts in The Undertaker's Wedding and Six Ways to Sunday, two fairly obscure films that paved the way for both more high-profile work and a turn as one of Vanity Fair's "Hot, Young, and Full of Fun" cover boys. Magazine Canada did a whole spread on the lovebirds and their castle back in 2008, and Brody reportedly gushed about Pataky, "The first time I saw her I was completely spellbound."Hemsworth also isn't shy about gushing over Pataky, and reportedly told the Daily Mail, "She's always smiling. After a year of training and auditioning, Brody landed the role of Barry Williams in the television film Growing Up Brady (2000).