The Man, the Legend: Inside Keanu Reeves’ Mysterious Private World

In 1993, Phoenix River He died of an accidental drug overdose – another painful thing Reeves didn’t want to talk about, but he spoke fondly of his friend and My own Idaho Share the star.

“I enjoyed his company,” Reeves said. “So much.” rolling rock in 2000. “And he enjoyed his mind, soul, and spirit. We brought out the good in each other. He was a true original thinker. It wasn’t the status quo. In anything.”

As for Phoenix’s death, “It’s something he thinks about all the time, something he never talks about,” said one of Reeves’s friends. People. “Friends know not to go there with him.”

(Reeves later said Watchman Getting older made him think more about the people he had lost over the course of his life. “It’s always with you,” he said, “but like a tide.” When asked if he thought of anyone in particular, he replied: “A lot of people.”).

In 1994, his estranged father, Samuel, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for drug possession in Hawaii, but was released two years later. He said, “Oh Jesus, man. No, the story is with me and my father too heavy. It’s full of pain and woe and damned loss and all that,” he said RS about that time. In 1995, he said arrogance Exhibition, when asked why he didn’t want to know more about his father’s condition, “Why would I want to know what I didn’t know?” He described the situation as “fairly incredible,” and that was the case.

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