Most movies are lucky to have one moment, one shot that you look at and you always remember that moment and that scene.
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.
It's hard not to get depressed when you pay attention to the world and how strangely and corrupt the people in it sometimes behave.
Looking at acting, in the movies or the theater, and the way I like to look at it, it's just an extension of childhood play... Kids play and imagine in a very intense fashion and they don't need any director telling them, 'You really have to believe in it.' They believe in it completely.