Al Pacino often tries to "cheer up" or offer philosophical advice to those who are hurting, but he unwittingly avoids or ignores the emotions involved.
Friendship means a great deal to Pacino, perhaps even more than love relationships or romance.
Pacino rarely allows obstacles or difficulties to keep him down, for no matter how bleak the past or present, Al always expects a better, brighter future.
In fact, he is uncomfortable with his own or other people's problems and emotional pain.
Ideally Al Pacino can create a unique lifestyle that affords him a lot of personal space, freedom, and flexibility to follow his own somewhat erratic rhythms - while at the same time providing some order and consistency.
There is a current of emotional discontent or restlessness within Al also, which may be reflected in unstable personal relationships of the on again/off again variety.
He is also rather gullible and naive about people, especially if his sympathy has been aroused.
Al Pacino has a very romantic, idealistic vision of love and may be disillusioned to discover that no real, flesh and blood human being ever quite lives up to his dream image of the "perfect love".
Though Al frequently fantasizes about love-relationships and romance he may avoid becoming intimately involved with anyone or making definite commitments.
Open and generous, Al Pacino enjoys a wide circle of friends and acquaintances and he thrives on sociability and fellowship.
He is adventurous, playful, freedom-loving, and always ready for a good time.
When he is attracted to someone, Al Pacino pursues them very ardently and sometimes comes on too strong.