In this country, you have movie actors and theatre actors and television actors.
Spielberg knows his craft so well, he can also improvise, and that is a lot of fun.
I just feel I shouldn't work too much, because there are so many other things to do.
Bergman has a very special eye for people. His background taught him to listen and to feel.
If Jesus came back today, and saw what was going on in his name, he'd never stop throwing up.
The offers I get are for grandfathers, uncles - and they often die very quickly in the script.
I'm not in retirement. I just don't want to work so much, and I don't get that many offers any more.
I think English is a fantastic, rich and musical language, but of course your mother tongue is the most important for an actor.
There are those who want to believe but can't, and there are those who believe as children and it's no problem for them at all.
Only very rarely are foreigners or first-generation immigrants allowed to be nice people in American films. Those with an accent are bad guys.