The first play that I saw was 'Cyrano,' and I remember going home - I was like nine years old - and trying to learn the monologues.
I watched 'E.T.' when I was a kid every day. Well, not all of it every day; I'd pause it and start over again. But I've watched 'E.T.' about 400 times in my life.
Today, the Pope is only a religious figure. At the time of 'The Borgias,' he was also a political leader, a financial leader, and the head of an army. I think popes are much less relevant today than they were then.
I just go wherever work brings me. I share a house with friends in L.A., and I share a house with friends in Montreal when I'm there.
I think there comes a point in probably most father-son relationships where the son kind of starts becoming the parent.