Use the difficulty of flopped movies. The thing is, when you make a flop movie, it means you made a bad choice. Then you make another one, it’s another bad choice. Then there’s the other actor, who sits there and says, “Oh, I’m very good. I wouldn’t have done that movie. I wouldn’t have done that movie. I wouldn’t have done that movie.” And then I get the movie that’s a big success for me. And he gets a movie which could be a big success for him. But he hasn’t worked for two years. I haven’t stopped working. I was making crap films, but I was working, and I go straight into the great film absolutely ready to work. And he’s practically crapping himself, because he hasn’t worked for two years.
I use the difficulty of making flop movies, they keep you working, keep you experiencing, keep you going. So to bring that back to sort of someone, to a young person, you say, “You must keep going. Just don’t sit there waiting for the big thing to come. Keep going.” You know, if it’s an actor, you do a small part just to keep going. Don’t make great spaces in your life, where you don’t do what you do.