People don’t look real. Their eyebrows look like they’re airbrushed. They’re like cartoons. Everything is so perfect. They look computer-generated because they live on the internet. They live in photographs. Marie-Antoinette lived inside Versailles. If you weren’t there, you didn’t see how insane it was, and there was still a revolution. Now you’re seeing all these people - their boats and planes and jewels and cars and clothes. I’m turned off by the excess of it - and I live in that world.