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(Photo by Alexander Koerner/Getty Images) less ZURICH, SWITZERLAND - OCTOBER 06: Director Jared Moshe attends the 'The Ballad of Lefty Brown' premiere at the 13th Zurich Film Festival on October 6, 2017 in Zurich, Switzerland. It's kind of a surprise, to envision the actor who usually comes off like one of the nicest men in Hollywood as a type of sadist, taking joy in people's suffering. The man who was president in "Independence Day" is simply intrigued by the sight of seeing people work through a physical deficiency during a time when medicine can cure many of these ailments."It's a rarity," he says of limping, with a sense of wonder that's more someone finding beauty in the darkness of injuries than an able-bodied person relishing in his own body's ability to function normally.ZURICH, SWITZERLAND - OCTOBER 06: Director Jared Moshe attends the 'The Ballad of Lefty Brown' premiere at the 13th Zurich Film Festival on October 6, 2017 in Zurich, Switzerland.
He's the tagalong pal from every old Western film starring John Wayne.
And it's sharply well-played by Emma Stone and Steve Carell, who bring out the humour and pathos in their characters and the rivalry between them.
In the early 1970s, Billie Jean (Stone) has finally had enough of being treated as a second-class member of the tennis world, since women win just an eighth of what male players get.
But the question remains, why did he want to make a Western about a sidekick's journey?
"Because I've always been incredibly intrigued by the unseen, these people who are always out there doing the work, and you don't see them ever," says Moshe, whose Greek immigrant father reared him on a steady stream of Western films.