The musician says an ‘excruciating’ night with Paul Thomas Anderson and Tarantino made her give up the drug
Titled Fetch the Bolt Cutters, a reference to the Gillian Anderson procedural The Fall, the album began in 2012 and takes its inspiration from the #MeToo movement. There is no release date yet announced.
One colourful anecdote involves Apple’s past druggy relationship with director Paul Thomas Anderson – and how one particular night led her to quit cocaine.
In the story, Apple sets out the ultimate film bro’s dream: spending a cokey night with Paul Thomas Anderson at Quentin Tarantino’s house. In the end, though, her time hanging out with the two filmmakers was miserable – she said that listening to the two of them brag was an “excruciating” night.
“Every addict should just get locked in a private movie theatre with Q.T. and P.T.A. on coke, and they’ll never want to do it again.”
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