Jerry Seinfeld Sugarcoats Nothing About the Film Industry: “It’s Finished”

Jerry Seinfeld, the actor and comedian best known for “Seinfeld,” recently made his directorial debut. The results of his work – the comedy “Sugarless” – will soon be available on Netflix. In an interview with “GQ,” he talked about what surprised him in working on the project.

Jerry Seinfeld sugarcoats nothing about the film industry: “It’s finished.”

Jerry Seinfeld was surprised by the dedication with which his collaborators approached their work on his film. He spoke about it in an interview with “GQ”:

People in the film industry are incredible. They’re nuts. We had a prop lady, Trish Gallaher Glenn. Her warehouse was packed to the rafters with toys, bikes, clothes – all from that era. Everyone was giving 150%. It’s so strange. It was totally new to me. I thought I was doing cool stuff, but it had nothing to do with how these people work. They were deadly serious! They have no idea the film industry is finished. They have no idea.

According to Seinfeld, in recent years, cinema has lost its position.

Film no longer holds the same high status in social and cultural hierarchy as it did for most of our lives. Once, when a film hit the screens, if it was good, we all went to see it. We discussed it. We quoted lines from the characters and scenes we liked – he reminisced.

Depression? Feeling bad? I’d say rather confusion. Disorientation has replaced the film industry. Everyone I know in the entertainment industry wonders every day: “What’s happening? How do we do this? What should we do now?” – he summed up.

Who is Jerry Seinfeld?

Jerry Seinfeld is an American actor, comedian, writer, and producer. He is best known for the comedy series “Seinfeld,” which earned him a Golden Globe in 1994. His CV includes numerous comedy series and programs, including “Louie,” “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” and “Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill.”

Watch the trailer for the comedy “Sugarless”

Directed by Jerry Seinfeld, the comedy “Sugarless” will soon be available on Netflix. In addition to Seinfeld, it features comedians such as Jim Gaffigan, Bill Burr, Amy Schumer, and Melissa McCarthy. Check out the trailer:

In Michigan in 1963, sworn rivals in the breakfast cereal industry, Kellogg’s and Post, attempt to create a pastry that will forever change the face of breakfast. “Sugarless” is a tale of ambition, betrayal, sugar, and sinister milkmen.

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