If you're Australian, you feel it in your bones because you're at odds with everybody else, except other Australians, in the sense that people always seem to be behaving strangely. People always seem to be behaving the wrong way, in a different way. You say things and there are silences.
Kylie Minogue is the greatest thing that has happened to Australian music.
I don't know, maybe Australian humour isn't supposed to be funny. It's as dry as the Sahara, and I think people miss that.
It's an Australian thing to be dismissive. We find that endearing. Americans don't. They believe what you say.
As Australians, we see the law as inherently bad. We have a real inherent distaste for authority in our makeup.
I'm an Australian, and when I grew up much of my influences were American - blues music and country music, all that sort of thing.
I see it as my duty in some way is to be out in the world as an Australian putting forward what I consider to be authentic Australian music.
I'd say the majority of my friends are Australians, although I have some good American friends, but I think with Aussies, we just get it. We don't take each other too seriously, which is a relief.
On YouTube you can tell what countries are watching and I've definitely noted a strong Australian following. You can plan your tours around where the love is on Twitter and YouTube - before, you couldn't tell.
But I don't think of myself as a foreigner or a Frenchman! I just think of myself as a director. Whether I'm French or Australian or whatever, it's really not important.
I got to know Australians well working on the 'Mad Max' franchise with director George Miller.
It's a fun day, a day which kicks off the start of our tour, it's got great tradition - Australian cricketers just love tradition - and it's been a really pleasant day.
This game is something Australians really look forward to.
I wasn't aware of my dad being an actor when I was young. I remember there was an Australian children's entertainer on television called Ralph Harris and when I'd say my father was an actor, kids would say, you know, 'oh, is he Ralph Harris?' And I had to say no and then they would lose interest.
With Australians we're saying we're going to win before we start playing and pretty much keep on saying that.
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