“but happy to be so,” he adds afterward. you pass a glass of brandy into his outstretched hand. he takes it with a nod. you’ve heard of him. you ask him—still following that warden of yours? and he laughs, quick and confident and content. he smiles, almost bashfully, inclining his head, and says, “always.”
It taught me a lesson which was an actor should not say, “I won’t
do that.” Once you’ve agreed the script, you must be willing to go as
far as it needs to go on set. With some directors, you do the scene and
they say that it’s fine, but you think to yourself, “Is that really
enough? Is there not more?”.
“ People used to live in that place. My people. It’s strange to think that there was a time when the elvhenan had a place to call home, a true one that doesn’t change every six months. Must have been amazing. ”