Henry James's later works would have been better had he resisted that curious sort of self-indulgence, dictating to a secretary. The roaming garrulousness of ordinary speech is usually corrected when it's transcribed into written prose.
I love doing television; it's such a brilliant way to tell a story over six hours rather over the two hours of doing a movie.
I don't like the idea of being surrounded by hidden things; people you can't see in buildings and cars.
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