"Looking back, the best thing on my dad's side was that he never capitulated. There was a point when he could have become this very mainstream, successful, big-house-in-Brentwood-type guy, and every instinct in him cried out to not do it."
"Clearly, a different generation and a different path for me. But there's still this part of my dad that lives in me, particularly as I'm starting to consider directing. Moving forward, there's this sense that if you capitulate to try to conform the seed of an idea you have that excites you, then it's just never going to stop."