One of the things about acting is it allows you to live other people's lives without having to pay the price.
In acting, I always try to go back to what would actually be the real situation, the real human behavior in life.
If you're an actor, always be true to your character. If you are not an actor, have character and always be true to yourself.
Sometimes if you have financial restraints, it's a benefit. It forces you to come up with a more creative way.
Movies are hard to make, and you have to work toward a common ethic and do your best. You don't want to work with people who don't care or who are acting out some neurotic, crazy thesis on the set.
My mother worked for a woman, Maria Ley-Piscator, who with her husband founded the Dramatic Workshop, which was connected to the New School. My mother did proofreading and typing and stuff or her, and as part of her payment, I was able to take acting classes there on Saturdays when I was 10.
You always learn something about movies. Directing or acting, there's always something new. It's the technological thing; there's always something to learn.
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