I think people will say, 'You know what? That Shaun Alexander, he did all right when he was here.
I feel like my 50 years at Harvard were an interlude. I'm really a New Yorker.
With 'Eagle of the Ninth,' every shot was extremely planned and organized. The director was like, 'Do this!' And I say, 'How was it?' and he says, 'Good.' It was very odd. I would never know where he was headed, or even if he was shooting me at a close-up or from a distance.
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