Ben Affleck is still embarrassed by the first short film he directed, insisting it looks as if it was made by someone with "no promise."
The movie star shot "I Killed My Lesbian Wife, Hung Her on a Meat Hook, and Now I Have a Three-Picture Deal With Disney" way back in 1993 - years before he struck Best Screenplay gold at the Oscars with "Good Will Hunting" - and he's still haunted by the awful 13-minute film.
He tells Entertainment Weekly magazine, "It's horrible. It's atrocious. I knew I wanted to be a director, and I did a couple of short films, and this is the only one that haunts me. I'm not proud of it. It looks like it was made by someone who has no prospects, no promise."
Affleck has since made his feature film directorial debut with "Gone Baby Gone," and is preparing for the release of his follow-up, "The Town."
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