I am making a biopic picture about my life Oh. So, we’re basically
focus-grouping it. At the end of it,
I’ll ask your opinion, okay? Perfect. Here we go.
“The Life of Joe Gatto.” That’s me.
Let’s dive in. Um, my beginnings. I was born 19 lbs., 16 oz. [ Laughter ] That was, uh — I was, of course,
a C-section. Yeah. A C-section?
That’s a D-section! [ Laughter ] Next, I was born 13 months late. So — What? [ Laughter ] The gestation period was — for my mother — was a little bit longer. I was born 22 months. Yeah. That’s the math on that, 22 months. It’s —
It’s a medical anomaly. [ Laughter ] But there are things
I’m sensitive about. Here we go. Here we go.
Here we go. My giant foreskin. [ Laughter ] I love to swim. Man: Joe! ♪♪ Joe: This is me. [ Laughter,
cheers and applause ] [ Laughter ] I love to swim. This is me swimming. It’s a party. I’m the life of the party. [ Laughter ] It’s the only sport I enjoy. [ Laughter ] Um, so, that is the story of me and my life. On a scale of 1 to 10, how likely would you be On a scale of 1 to 10, to buy a movie ticket
to this movie? I say 1. You say 1? Yeah. 1 and 7. So, what is that?
What’s that boil down to? 4. So, it’s 4. So, it’s 4. So, thank you so much,