One of the least known hobbies Jim Carrey is painting. Not only has it been a great help to fight against depression, but it has also served to make political criticism. Particularly about his most terrible muse: Donald J. Trump.
The actor revealed that this kind of artistic and political expressions will remain in the past. "Between the parties that I play and what is really happening in my life, it's really extraordinary," Carrey told IndieWire. "Well, there is something political, but basically I didn't bring it to 2020 with me. That has gone, more or less, for the most part."
Carrey spent much of 2019 making paintings with political satire, many of which combined phrases from President Trump accompanied by drawings of him made by the actor.RELATED
The last painting that the actor published in his social networks, showed Trump's face looking at a toilet, in which several claims for his actions stood out.
– Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) December 22, 2019
"I have said what I need to say, and I have allowed the sensations that inhabit my body to cause whatever the low vibrations do to a body," said the actor.
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"You know, I got the voice out, I warned people, and that's enough. You know how I feel … I will vote in November, and that's it. But I'm not going to waste another moment of my time with a narcissist, president … what was his name? ”joked Jim Carrey.
From now on, according to the actor, the inspirations will come from the cinema. In the interview he commented on how excited he is with this film season. Particularly the award-winning films Parasite, by Bong Joon Ho, Jo Jo Rabbit by Taika Waititi and Uncut Gems by Josh and Benny Safdie.