“After 22 years on screen and nearly fifty films… [Hoffman] never had a single dishonest moment on camera.”
This, is his legacy.
It’s a small world after all.
“He does still surprise me and he makes me hungry to work with him and see what he does and comes up with. [The Master] was something that I came up with because I wanted to spend more time with him. We’d worked together a lot, five times. But it was never enough. It was a supporting part or something like that. It never felt like we’d gotten super dirty enough together" - Paul Thomas Anderson
At the end of the very last scene, Meryl Streep, believing that the scene had ended, asked Dustin Hoffman if her eye make-up was messed up from crying. The director kept it in the movie.