The 82-year-old Oscar nominee enlisted in the 우리. Marine Corps 에 1956. “내가 해병대에 합류했을 때, 나는 ~였다 17 살이에요, 그게 그거였어 [생명] 교환기,” 그는 자신의 새 영화를 홍보하면서 Fox News에 말했습니다., “란스키.”
Keitel served between 1956 과 1959, deploying to Lebanon.
“It taught me how to endure, taught me how to endure hardships, it taught me what real camaraderie was like. It taught me what sacrifice was really like and what loyalty was,” 그는 말했다.
에 “Lansky,” Keitel plays real-life American crime underworld kingpin Meyer Lansky. The film was written and directed by Eytan Rockaway.
It wasn’t hard for Keitel to get into Lansky’s mindset, 그는 말했다. Lansky immigrated to America in the early 1900s with his Polish-Jewish family and settled in New York City.
Keitel’s parents were Jewish immigrants from Romania and Poland who also landed in New York.
“I come from a family of immigrants,” he reflected. “My mother and father immigrated. I’m a first-generation American, so I had that to work from. My parents didn’t have an education, and they had to make a living the best they could. And they did. They did a lot of things to make a living.”
사실로, his mother and father ran a luncheonette and his father also worked as a milliner.
Like his parents, Keitel isn’t afraid of long hours on a movie set or working hard to develop a project. He’s not letting age dictate his future career choices.
“[나는 가지고있다] many more [projects in the works],” he revealed. “I’ll let the divine decide when I retire.”
“Lansky” is currently available on demand and in select theaters.