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It’s so much more fun to do the work than to talk about it. I will have to admit that. Everybody gets to decide how they feel, and what to take away by themselves, and that’s what you hope for. That people will take away different things and have different experiences from the work we do as actors. So I don’t like to prescribe how to feel about the work I do.
Watching shows on Netflix is a different experience because most people are sitting there for three to five hours. Very few people even watch one episode. So it’s not like a movie theater where you want to the movies to be shorter so you can go urinate. You can pause and urinate at home, and if something is longer, you’re allowed to stop and eat breakfast and then watch eight more episodes.
Producing and deejaying are two different outlets to the same creativity. When I’m in the studio I get to create and go through my process. When I’m on stage I get to share the results of that process with everybody. It’s two different experiences but they both go back to the same thing and I love them both.
I feel like there’s so much focus on the woman when you’re pregnant, and it’s amazing and beautiful and everybody’s taking care of you, and then you have the baby and nobody’s interested. And yet you are the most vulnerable you’ve been – I mean, I’m speaking on my own experience. Other women may have very different experiences.
We all live in the past, because there is nothing else to live in. To live in the present is like proposing to sit on a pin. It is too minute, it is too slight a support, it is too uncomfortable a posture, and it is of necessity followed immediately by totally different experiences, analogous to those of jumping up with a yell.
I really do think how we frame things determines so much of our experience, and I’ve been talking to a lot of oncologists, like, why don’t we call them transformation suites and give people transformation juice and have guides that support people when they’re going through chemo so you could actually burn away what needs to be burned away, as opposed to this dread, terror, horror, which is a very different experience.
You don’t cast the animal, per se. You have an animal trainer who looks for several of them. That is a different experience than dealing with actors. That is just difficult. It is what you expect from an animal on the set. You just run a lot of film and prompt it to do the right thing, but sit through it doing all the wrong things first. It’s just unbelievably boring, frustrating and painstaking to shoot.