Appearing in a movie opens you up to participating in an experience of thinking you are handsome and in the image on the screen you look like, a larger than life turtle, with a bald head.
Knowing, closer than you can look in the mirror, camera lights up, using most powerful lens, your face and body, you need to make sure you are putting on your best clothes. Acting is only your most best side of yourself promoting the personality of who you want presented to the world so you look inward to see the parts of yourself that you think are worthwhile.
I play to the camera like most people in the popular movies. However, let’s put out the idea that eating sushi in large quantities is the only thing I am not willing to do.
Sometimes I like to say politicians like to act like movie stars. Nothing people pass on more is lack of sincerity so move in your own patterns of behavior and you will get an Oscar.
Our film has the possibility to launch people like Tracy and I into good, old-fashioned, popcorn covered, mainstream theaters and on this path of showing ourselves to the public, it is fast becoming trendy to type using an iPad.