I think that every person has many, many people inside of them. We change our personality depending on who we are talking to or what situation we are in.
Every year I hear people complain that the quality of screenplays and movies is declining. In my opinion, the vast majority of scripts written - as well as most movies that are released - are not very original, well-written, or interesting. It has always been that way, and I think it always will be.
I try to avoid conflict. I don't want people to be unhappy.
I like a twisted sense of humour. On 'A History of Violence,' David Cronenberg and I would be doing the grimmest scenes and laugh a lot.
Dr. David M. Burns
Wendy E. Long