Vin Diesel wrote, directed and starred this short movie in 1994, before he got rich and famous. He raised money to shoot this by working as a bouncer in NY clubs. It was the movie that Spielberg got impressed with and wrote Diesel in “Save Private Ryan”.

The guy is actually very talented and in fact very underrated just because many people can’t see past the muscles. In the movie “Find me guilty” proves his talent big time. I got to say that “Multi-facial” is really well done, considering the budget and equipment. In today’s world where buying an HD camera is so cheap, people should be able to do better, but they don’t necessarily do.

Diesel is also directing (for the third time) and starring in the new “Hannibal” movie, in which he speaks ancient Latin and Greek. He also has a post-apocalyptic sci-fi movie coming out this year, “Babylon AD”.


memson wrote on January 26th, 2008 at 11:18 AM PST:

Please, please post with warnings is the videos or audio you post is not suitable for minors!! I was innocently watching this video with my 6 year old daughter floating about the room, and Vin Diesel clearly says “Mother fucker”. Thanks!

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Eugenia wrote on January 26th, 2008 at 1:53 PM PST:

I am sorry, I didn’t think of children reading or listening to this blog. To me, it didn’t feel like a big deal as I was never prohibited to watch anything I wanted as a child. The movie just felt normal to me. Cultural differences I guess.

jeff wrote on January 26th, 2008 at 5:30 PM PST:

This was entertaining. Was probably a lot harder to do than it looks.

memson wrote on January 27th, 2008 at 8:22 AM PST:

Well, it’s probably my fault for assuming Vin diesel can have any conversation without profanity. even so, NSFW are four little letters that would have stopped me playing it. If I couldn’t play it at work, mt 6yo shouldn’t be watching it eiher!

Jim wrote on January 27th, 2008 at 9:48 AM PST:

Well my grandchildren are coming over today we are going to the recording studio to record their songs for the movie we are making and I never let them watch anything that I have not previewed.
Memson, I am not judging your actions, but between cable and the internet we cannot be sure of content. I do think the responsibility lies with you.
There are cultural differences. I was engaged to an italian/american woman, her father was born in the old country and had been the head of animation for Disney and she said MF constantly despite being multi degreed and had a Masters in social work.
It was not bad breeding or education, but strictly cultural.

memson wrote on January 27th, 2008 at 2:28 PM PST:

My daughter was not watching this – she would never be allowed. What happened was she happened to be within ear-shot. That is a big difference.

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