So when a young man yesterday from Chapel Hill asked me — you know, he said he’s determined to be the best actor in the world — “Where do I go?” He used the phrase “dream.” He said, “I have a dream of being the best actor in the world.” And I said, “If you can turn that dream to imaging, you can image yourself, imagine yourself, and then achieving it, being able to plumb the depths of human feeling as much as Marlon Brando’s able to, and then on the other end, the technique. Find clarity and brilliance of language as much as Richard Burton did. Then you might be the best actor in the world.” But it’s doing real things. It’s nothing about fantasy.