So the way Mullany insists that stereotypes, the ugliest and most salient signs of racial difference, don't matter and that we're all one big melting pot of a racial family that happen to enjoy behaving like stereotypes? It's as if Mullany watched some Spike Lee movies (Derrick is constantly talk about wanting to "do the right thing") and totally misunderstood them.And bonus fingers-on-chalkboard points for the egregiously stupid homophobic jokes that are peppered throughout The Breaks.
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The thing you come out with is usually meaner than it is onstage [laughs]. [Laughs.] “You take time to really think through a takedown.” Yeah, that’s what I like about you offstage. Birbiglia used that expression about a comedian and I liked it.
But also, he doesn’t flinch at the Off Broadway ticket price. I was really impressed that you were going to not do it. But that choice is less easy when you realize that there’s only a couple of tracks. I was like, “You could be in the ‘my face on TV’ game, or you could be in the ‘more secure in the writing’ game.” But I’m straddling.
Last year, I got Surviving the Game, which was...yeah, same shit, different year. I even remember avidly watching the Wayans Brothers' sitcom, the show where The Breaks' "star" Mitch Mullany and co-writer got his first really big break.
I went to two different branches of the United Nations International School, one in Manhattan and one in Jamaica, Queens, and then public school in Little Neck, Queens, until seventh grade.
And that is basically the main conceit of his film. Mullany's tired of being a black man amongst black men.