If it’s going to be a documentary, you can’t be biased–it’s hard not to be biased to people’s feeling who love, you know, parents, Lyndie, friends–so it’s a real touchy one. They did a good job.
I was all like, ‘Occy… woah, go Occy! ’ Occy’s getting all the waves, it’s like that big, I’m like, ‘ok, it’s my turn. ’ He says, ‘mate, what the (beep) are you doing out here?
My whole thing was I that I was trying to not be biased towards anyone because it’s a documentary about my brother.
It’s good when the uncles come by because if dad says it, they can be like ‘eeeh’.
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