Photographed by Mark Romanek on the set of the film One Hour Photo in 2002 ÒRecording the narration for One Hour Photo was an intense and intimate experience. It was just the two of us in a room all day. Robin was super meticulous and serious about his work, but I remember laughing for hours until my stomach hurt. It was like being locked in a small cage with a man-eating comedy tiger. What a brilliant, kind and utterly magical human being he was. I was so blessed to have known him.Ó
He portrayed an obsessive photo lab worker in One Hour Photo. Reviewing the film in The New York Times, Elvis Mitchell wrote that, "Underscoring his characters' pride in a profession, and the way their self-definition derives from this, is Mr. William's singular strength as an actor. He brings a real working-class ethos to the Method, and is so good here it's almost painful to watch."
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Second Photo-shoot Went to Connecticut today to do a 5 hour photo-shoot for the band, This is just one of 420 shots taken today in an abandoned warehouse. The light was amazing, pouring in from a giant hole in the roof. There is no supple I