It wasn’t acting. It was language. It was speech. It was the thing that I’d been denied all those years and had denied myself all those years. I now had a great — an abnormal — appreciation for it, you know. And it was the idea that you can do a play — like a Shakespeare play, or any well-written play, Arthur Miller, whatever — and say things you could never imagine saying, never imagine thinking in your own life. You could say these things! That’s what it’s still about, whether it’s the movies or TV or what. That what it’s still about.