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When you take on something like your footprint on the environment, you have to say, 'Where am I going to draw the circle around my level of responsibility and then where do I assume that others will take responsibility?'
It would be hard to play a character you don't like - for me anyway - or can't find something in them to like.
Any time you learn something new about your character, that's really exciting.
Being a new character is like going to a new school. You have to try to maintain your own autonomy and your own personality.
Once you have invented a character with three dimensions and a voice, you begin to realize that some of the things you'd like him to do to further your plot are things that such a person wouldn't, or couldn't, do.
No matter what stage of life you are graduating from or entering, learning how to build and state your case is something every person in the world should know how to do.
There is something really nice about learning that you can take the reins of your life and your career.
To change your phrase somewhat, I know that I like an art where disparate elements form an entity.
You got to like your work. You have got to like what you are doing, you have got to be doing something worthwhile so you can like it - because it is worthwhile, that it makes a difference, don't you see?