I admire people who have that integrity, who know how to peacefully move through a situation - and it's reflected in how they deal with things like loss.
When I was in high school, I was lucky enough to be an exchange student to a small town in Argentina called Goya.
I've written a screenplay that is a series of monologues and songs; they form this sort of human tapestry across time and place. The form is strange, but I find it really fascinating.
If you think about people's lives, you think about what's significant. And the things I find significant in my life are not the moments when people are yelling at each other. They're the moments when someone says something that is very poignant, but oftentimes not loud.
Parts of the world can be very hostile to differences, social or artistic.
I kind of treat myself like the audience. I don't like being lectured.
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