I live in a world where one is constantly being misled, either by the length of one’s limo, or the size of one’s face on the screen, or the kind remarks of people that surround you, and I know that they are constantly telling you lies about the true nature of what you do. I think that’s very important because when I work on the screen, or work on the stage, if I’m not in touch with truth, my true self, my true feelings, the true importance or nonimportance of what this skinny, six-foot one frame is about, then I’m lost. I’m an instrument. I’m hopefully a Stradivarius but maybe a lesser make. But if the sound I make is not pure, if it has been misled by a misunderstanding of one’s importance in life, then you’re in trouble, I think. I would be in trouble.