Sean Penn has no good memories of working with Steve Bannon in the 1990s. President Donald Trump's now-defunct White House advisor had already produced The Indian Runner Penn's directorial debut in 1991. "I'd say he exerted the same charm as today," Penn said completely blankly, telling Conan O'Brien while filming the late night TV rounds to promote his new book, Bob Honey Who Just Do Do Stuff
Performers Viggo Mortensen and David Morse, The Indian Runner told of two brothers: one was a township deputy and the other a criminal. The film was directed and written by Penn, who remembers that Bannon had "worked for a big bank" and was flying from New York to Iowa.
"I noticed that we had them without any need two cheerleading-looking New Makeup assistants on the tender, which, as the director of the film, I had not called and yet it was on my very minimal budget to watch this movie "he said, noting that they also" accidentally "flown in from the Big Apple.
"That was my first feeling for him," continued Penn, "that he was different from the C-word, charming, he was a crook, I believe what I thought." [1
Penn has since retained before the film cries as The Late Show told earlier this week Stephen Colbert during a memorable interviews . Still," a little bit "on The Ambien, which he had taken the night before and enjoyed a lit cigarette on the main stage, Penn said: "The biggest thing an actor can bring to the party is to play well with others – it's the collaboration – and I play increasingly not good with others.
Watch his current interview in the clip above.