The Legend of Zorro
Credit: Sony Pictures
Yeah, that was one of the biggest differences actually. When I first went down to Mexico City, I used to look at Antonio and Tony Hopkins getting followed around by autograph hunters. I'd usually be standing right next to them, and nobody knew me and I used to go to the museum of archaeology three times a week and walk around and people used to speak to me in Spanish. They thought I was Spanish. And I used to get such great bargains at the market, and, when I go back now, it's a different thing and just trying to keep where I live private was quite hard. But [the town of] San Luis Potosi, they really opened their arms to us. I had my restaurants I used to go to and they used to cook for me and I’d get my driver to pick it up, and it became really great.
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