As Beckett said, it's not enough to die, one has to be forgotten as well.
I have lots of favourite memories but I can't say that I have a favourite film.
It's quite a dangerous career move to go wilfully on making films that may not find a distributor.
I never had any ambition to be a star, or whatever it is called, and I'm still embarrassed at the word.
Pretending to be other people is my game and that to me is the essence of the whole business of acting.
If I'm in theatre, cinema doesn't even cross my mind. Similarly when I'm making a film, theatre doesn't cross my mind.
My parents felt that acting was far too insecure. Don't ask me what made them think that painting would be more secure.
I turn up in Los Angeles every now and then, so I can get some big money films in order to finance my smaller money films.
It would be difficult to have any unfulfilled ambitions because I don't have any ambitions. I've never been that kind of performer.
If you do an interview in 1960, something it's bound to change by the year 2000. And if it doesn't, then there's something drastically wrong.