The idea that you’re competing with fellow human beings can get rough. My wife knows actresses who, when they go to auditions, they will deliberately distract all the other actresses. They’ll start telling stories. They’ll start asking questions deliberately, to throw you off your balance. Well, I don’t like to hear about stories like that and I certainly don’t like to — my first time on camera was with a wonderful actress named Diana Sands, and Diana began to try to tell me — my first time on camera — she began to try to tell me, “Look, you know, if you want them to use your take, then you do something to distract the other actor’s take.” I said, “You know, I don’t think I want to know that. I don’t think I want to be that busy manipulating because I came here to act, you know; and if I use all my energy manipulating, I’m not gonna do my job.” And there was something very disturbing about all that, you know. She was a brilliant actress and could do both, could manipulate as well as do her job. But, I didn’t think I could do that, you know.