Theatre is how I first encountered art on any level.
A couple of flop plays, a death in the family, and it could all collapse.
It's one of the reasons I don't do drugs. One sniff and I'd go all the way.
When I look back I can't believe I was so stupid as to direct Dealer's Choice.
I'm a happily married man and I think to get married you have to be optimistic.
I'm constantly having to be vigilant with a depressive tendency, an addictive tendency.
But I'm the sort of person who, if certain structures topple, it could all go horribly wrong.
When you're in your early 20s your love life seems to explode every 20 minutes or so. By the time you've reached your thirties, it is every five or ten years.
I'm a Golden Globe nominee, yes. It's very nice. It's a very nice thing, but I kind of think of all the awards I wasn't ever nominated for, for years and things.
I mean when the play was on in New York I was starting to get film offers coming through, and since the film's come out I get offered more than I used to, but it happens incrementally.