Acting is not about anything romantic, not even fantasy, although you do create fantasy. It’s not about that. It’s simply very concrete. A playwright conjures a vision of a world, and he interprets that world through words. You then take those words on stage or on the screen and try to bring it alive by the interrelations between one character and another and what they say to each other. In movies it’s less important what they say; it’s how they behave. It’s about that.