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Actors like Martin Sheen, Jason Patric and Viggo Mortensen are also part of the actors allegedly cut from the film, and while thanked in the credits, Mortensen and Sheen apparently only participated in customary read-throughs (as did many other actors). I don't think he ever watched it again from beginning to end." 9. Retrieved 2012-09-16. There was an error submitting your subscription. "I was so focused and professional, I gave everything to it, and then to not receive everything & in terms of witnessing my own work. A moment of reflection is all thats required to know what youre in the thick of: What are you saying yes to? What are you saying no to? So often, living in the thick of the thin things sees us saying yes to the things that deplete us and no to the things that enrich us. They agreed that it was.