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Chuka Ummuna. But not when I was on set. Alan sees the horses as representative of God and confuses his adoration of his "God" with sexual attraction.
Not at all. Does your size limit the roles you can play? Unlike stage productions, where the horses are portrayed by human actors, often muscular men wearing tribal-style ebony mom and son,
 Lumet did not believe this could adequately be done in a film version, concluding a degree of realism was required, "because the reality he [Alan] was being watched in was going to create the dilemma within him. This practice has antagonized Alan's father Frank, a nonbeliever.