Sean Penn is an actor and filmmaker who recently published a book titled “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff.” The book has already received a lot of backlash even before its release date. It follows a middle-aged man who does a variety of task. Sometimes these are positive things, but other times he becomes a dangerous person. In “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff”, Sean Penn uses this to make comical statements about the #MeToo movement and Donald Trump. He states how sad it is that people can’t realize “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” is just a piece of fiction.
In order to learn more about Sean Penn and his book, he conducted an interview with Rolling Stones. When first asked what the inspiration was, Sean Penn just states its his overall view of the country. He further states how he doesn’t feel his writing style is similar to any other books he has read. “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” used to be an audio book only, but he later choose to expanded to print. Sean Penn was pleasantly surprised by how simple the whole process was. He wished he could written a book sooner.
The interview concludes with a few questions about the main character of “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff.” Sean Penn acknowledges the character may be influenced by his loneliness and isolation quote from an article post Sandy Hook. He further states how the main character has to face moral dilemmas constantly. At the end of “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff,” Sean gives the infamous comment on the lack of laughs and the #MeToo movement. He just wanted to write a book that would leave his thoughts out there. Unfortunately, Sean Penn is concerned by how the book will be judged. There are many people these days who are not good with taking opinions. You can buy the book on Amazon.
Read the full Rolling Stone interview here: