There is a wonderful feeling of power when you're a director, but I don't think I need that, and I'm OK without it.
My mother didn't try to stab my father until I was six, but she must have shown signs of oddness before that.
I had never really wanted to be famous. Everyone is supposed to want to be rich and famous, but as a boy I never knew what rich was, and the first view I had of famous made me leery.
When I am at a dinner table, I love to ask everybody, 'How long do you think our species might last?' I've read that the average age of a species, of any species, is about two million years. Is it possible we can have an average life span as a species? And do you picture us two million years more or a million and a half years, or 5,000?
Jason Scott Lee
George Jean Nathan