Pitt Loved Anonymity
Brad Pitt relished making new movie The Babel in the remote Moroccan
desert, because no-one knew who he was.
For a brief time, Pitt was able to shed his A-list status in a
community without TVs or cinemas, newspapers and magazines.
The star says, "They hadn't a clue. We'd had to drive an hour to
get to this little village in the middle of what looked like a lunar
"They had no electricity, so we ran a line for the film, and were
able to leave it there afterwards so they could have things like lights at
night, which I thought was nice."