Well, he talks about leaving Romania when he was 8 and the cultural shock it was, seeing bananas for the first time in a supermarket in Vienna (that is understandable, since before the Revolution in 1989 not many people in Romania had seen real bananas), feeling like a stranger the first few years, trying to learn german and then again english when he moved to US; that was easier since his stepfather was american. He had an accent in highschool and he wanted so much to fit in.
He talks about some memories he has from the Revolution, students in a Dacia (that’s a romanian car) shouting and waving a flag with a hole in it (that was emblematic for the revolution, the hole was the place where the coat of arms of Communist Romania used to be).
His first role was of a homeless Romanian child in a small movie in Vienna - his mother took him to a few castings there - but he didn’t like it very much, he found it boring to wait on the movie set. He started to like acting in highschool. The most important moment was meeting his manager at Stagedoor Manor 17 years ago and he started going to auditions in New York at 16.
He then talks about being very lucky in his career, about how important is to remind yourself to have fun, not to take rejection personally, to rely on your instinct but to be open to the director’s vision, how useful it was to have the comic books for Captain America and how very exact Darren Aronofsky vision was.
In the end he talks about film and theater: how the theater gives you the possibility to do something new every evening and how special it is to communicate through one image in movies.
That is a summary, more or less exact, since my english I’m sure is not great!