Every director is completely different.
I'd always had a big thing for the '60s.
I think film likes me better than the theatre does for some reason.
England is very interested as well, and other countries if I could speak the languages!
It is hard sometimes to see how other actors are working when you are working with them.
I think you go through a period as a teenager of being quite cool and unaffected by things.
I like working intensely, then going away and thinking about it, working out why it didn't work and then coming back to it. It makes the work richer, I think.
The guys on the stunt team are really fantastic. It's really funny, because for all the aggression they have to display on screen, they're actually really happy, good- natured people.
Young actors are serious about their work and don't take any time out from it. I'm very serious about my work; there are probably only two films I've done where I had a really good time.
If there is a book that the script came from you have to read it, you have to see what you can get out of it: mood, back story and things that may not even be in the film. They kick off your imagination and broaden the character, I think.