It was definitely overly ambitious, Dub. You should try finishing it sometime, though.
Never really knew anything about his personal life. He had three kids, ages 10, seven and five.
He became sober when he was 22 years old and says that he quit because, "I was 22 and I was panicked for my life."
(On quitting drinking at age 22) I think I would have drank myself to death, literally, if I didn't just stop, once and for all when I did. I am not ever going to preach to anyone about drugs or drinking. But, for me, when they were around, I had no self control.
Anyone ever seen Jack Goes Boating? It was the only film that he directed (and also starred in). Going to try to check that out soon.
Edit: His second directed feature was in the works, and with major players.
Edited by Kevin Cleveland - 2/2/14 at 5:08pm
In the wake of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s sudden death on Sunday (February 2) Exclusive Media will not present Ezekiel Moss at the Berlin market this week.
Hoffman had been lining up to direct his second feature after Jack Goes Boating and the Prohibition Era Ezekiel Moss was to star Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams.