I just made an attempt to take the experiences that Judy shows us in this script and find something in my lexicon of experience that helped me understand why she was doing what she was doing. Some of it I don't have an experience of, and some of it I do.
It was a great experience. It helped me clarify a few things.
If I stay alert, then I can challenge myself, and by challenging myself, that helps me to stay alive and to hopefully take something away from the experience.
It was a big dance, working with him, ... It was a lot of new moves that I've never seen before, but always with the rhythm. It was a real vital experience. It's easy to go out there and tell the truth, because you're in a scene and you catch a wave, so to speak. You're not conscious of where you're going, but you're on a wave. And usually those turn out to be either the worst take or the best, but all you need is one that's the best, you know?
My experiences have taught me a lot and I'm happy with my learning's, if not with what I went through to learn.
It's been a great learning experience, and I'm hoping these games prepare us for January, February and a little bit of March. Our chemistry has not come together as of yet. I'm still looking for leadership and that could come from anybody. We're still a long ways from where I want to be.
Getting hit was funny. One of my most memorable experiences was the first time I got hit by a jab and how it shook from the top of my spine to my Achilles tendon.
Was a very lonely experience, but it was supposed to be.
From my experience as an actor, choreographer, action director, and producer, I understand the elements and the dynamics of being a film maker.
I ALWAYS enjoy myself. And if I didn't enjoy myself in this experience, I should be locked away for lack of gratitude.
David Mamet challenged me a whole lot. It turned out to be a good learning experience for me. He pushed me to see things through his eyes, and I pushed him to see things through what I believed. It wasn't a tug of war, but there were definitely discussions about direction.