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Mark Wahlberg: I've Asked God for Forgiveness for 'Boogie Nights' - Rolling Stone
The actor, who is a devout Catholic, jokingly told the Tribune, "I just ever hope that God is a movie fan and also forgiving, because I've ready-made some poor choices in my past."When asked whether there were any movies in particular that he'd like to feel his sins for, the Transformers: The Last chessman leading had a ready answer: "Boogie Nights is up thither at the top of the list."In Paul doubting thomas Anderson's wide acclaimed 1997 film, Wahlberg represented '70s creative activity maven sticker Diggler, a young nightclub dishwasher who shrub to repute for his dandy looks, personal magnetism and notably brobdingnagian penis. On his rise to fame, however, Diggler gets up to our necks in drugs and spirals into a series of bad situations. The trajectory is one that Wahlberg said he can relate to.
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