Zach Baron interviews Brendan Fraser again at GQ. “And in some, Fraser has learned to recognize a more specific kind of connection. ‘I can spot someone across the room who I know has something to say, something to share, who has had something that happened…someone hurt them.’ They come to him and they divulge their secrets in what Fraser calls ‘a moment of glorious honesty.’ And what he does is, he holds that person’s hand. He says: It’s actually possible to ask for help. ‘I do want them to know,’ Fraser told me, that ‘if they admire or esteem me for whatever special reason, that if that kind of thing had happened to me, it could happen to anyone too. And we’re all just…we’re all just people.'”
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