A lot of films come out before they're finished.
I like to act with people that know what they're doing.
I feel like my place in this industry is still progressing.
I am not one of these guys who works job after job after job.
You can't betray yourself too often, or you become somebody else.
For The Truman Show, I worked for a few weeks, do my gig, then I was done.
Seeing what happens when you rip yourself open is what your job is all about.
I made career decisions that came from the part of me who wanted to shun the limelight.
When I decided to direct, never having done that before, is something I'm very proud of.
I have a tight family group that's really important to me. I don't want to work all the time.