I've done a lot of that kind of work before, anyway, and I was in good hands.
I remember Berlin. Berlin to me was the star of the film. I loved for six months that we filmed there.
Repetition on things like that becomes quite painful. If you do a stunt sometimes it can look like a stunt.
I would take lots of falls and you know, get shot three or four times and this sort of thing, so all that sort of stuff. And there are tussles with various characters. I like that kind of thing.
I'm relatively physically adept and I like throwing myself around. Once, twice, but then you get to nine, ten, eleven and to try and make it look realistic all the time, that's not very pleasant.
The sexual deviance - I'd be lying if I said I didn't miss that; but we do have hints of it but in a more psychological way and therefore more human way, arguably. Or certainly to the extent that the animated series takes that sexuality.
The place I had lived we had Croatians to our right, Turks to the left and Russians across the street, as well as Greeks, Lebanese - you name it. I reflect on it now and realise how privileged I was. I appreciate it more and more as the years go by.